Apple has today released macOS Monterey 12.6 and macOS Big Sur 11.7 with security fixes.
According to MacRumors, macOS 12.6 “addresses a number of kernel vulnerabilities as well as issues with maps, iMovie, ATS, MediaLibrary, and PackageKit.”
Reportedly, one kernel vulnerability was actively exploited, which means that it is important for all macOS Monterey users to update to the new version of the operating system as soon as possible.
Apple has also released a macOS Big Sur 11.7 update with security fixes.
As macOS Monterey 12.6 and macOS Big Sur 11.7 appear to have been released to address a small number of specific issues, our expectation is that they do not contain any accessibility changes for blind and low vision users; however, if you notice any changes, improvements or regressions in your own use of these releases, please post a comment with your findings.
To install macOS 12.6 or 11.7, choose System Preferences from the Apple menu, click the Software Update preference pane, and click the Update Now button to begin the update process. If other updates are available, you can click "More info" to see details about them and select specific updates to install.