Apple out Java from Mac OS X

Apple giant which has earlier installed Java with installations of Mac OS X , is removing old versions of Oracle’s Java software from its customers systems through Internet browsers.

The move came following its experts warning in sake of Mac users’ system security facing Java vulnerabilities as hit installation of the latest update to its Mac operating system.

Java is a computer programming language enabling programmers to coding the program to make virtual access on any type of machine.

Apple said that if customers want to access the Java applet web contents then they have to install Java directly from the Oracle.

However, no valid reason has been revealed by the tech giant, but it has been expected that Apple is ready to roll its own Java version.

Meanwhile apple customers who are running Java from Mac OS X, now can not access Java applets as uninstalls the Apple-provided Java plug-in from all web browsers. There have many issues with Java on Mac deals with many defaults and attacks on site, which took several days to Oracle to release an update to Java to correct those flaws.



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