Perhaps the most notable solution: Apple has fixed a bug that could allow malicious applications to access your iPhone's microphone and capture you and your environment.
The company also fixed a problem with the FaceTime app that prevented video chat from pausing when you exit the app.
Another fix closed a gap that allowed users to access sensitive information in the News app and on websites visited via Safari to get information about their mobile's light and motion sensors.
These are just a few of the most shocking security holes. Others dealt with phone storage and SMS hacking. Some of the patches affect devices other than iPhones, such as laptops and iPads.
It's not uncommon for Apple to fix security issues with software updates, Internet security analyst Nick Merrill told CNN.
The corrections are in front of Apple's Biggest Push Yourself in content and entertainment. At its press event on Monday, privacy was a buzzword for some of its new services.
The Apple share closed after the announcement by 1%. Unspecified details about the interest rate on the credit card and the price of TV + did not convince investors that they could offset the decline in iPhone sales.