Yesterday, Apple let a trio (or "Treo" for my long time readers) of updates for iOS, Mavericks, and Apple TV.
iOS 7.1.2 is minor security update for current model iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The 25MB delta update improves iBeacons connectivity, fixes issues related to some third-party accessory data transfers, and closes a hole in data protection for certain email attachments.
The update is available now via the iOS Settings app > General > Software Updates. The update should install on any device that is already running iOS 7.
iOS 7.12 is expected to be the last iOS 7 maintenance update before the iOS 8 release that is coming this fall.
Similar to iOS, Mavericks 10.9.4 is a minor update that corrects some Wi-Fi connection issues, fixes relating to waking up a sleeping Mac, and a minor Safari update.
The update is available now via the Mac App Store. For more information about the OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 update, please review Apple's 10.9.4 update KB article.
Apple TV 6.2
Along side of the iOS and OS X update, the Apple TV got a little boost to OS 6.2. There does not appear to be any outward software changes, leaving us to assume that the update is strictly a bug fix maintenance release.