Macs are getting updates to the latest version of Apple’s operating system, which is now available on the Mac App Store.
The Mac OS X 10.10.5 update includes a new version of the software, and it also includes the ability to automatically update all Macs to the newest version of OS X every two years.
If you don’t have a Mac running OS X, you can still update your device via the latest update.
The update also fixes a bug that made it difficult to sync your Mac with other devices using the Mac’s web interface.
It also adds the ability for Mac users to install third-party apps on their devices.
Macs can now be updated by the web interface and can now connect to the internet and access the Apple Store through the Mac app store.
Users of the Macs running the 10.9.2 update can now sync to a Mac through the web and get updates from Apple, and they can download updates through the Apple App Store, according to Apple.