Location permissions bug fixed in macOS 13.5.1 update

Apple has released an update for macOS to fix the location permissions bug.

Patch 13.5.1 for macOS Ventura was released with a single fix for location permission settings not being displayed. The Cupertino-based company specifically mentioned that the update “fixes an issue in system settings that prevents location permissions from being displayed.” This comes a few weeks after version 13.5 was released to the public.


A minor maintenance release usually comes with general release notes, and Apple said the 13.5 update provided “important bug fixes and security updates.” Users who applied the update found that their viewing location permissions on Mac were removed from privacy and security settings, affecting both newly installed and existing apps.

Update 13.5.1 is now live and available for download. macOS users can find it in System Preferences, then in the Software Update category and find version 13.5.1 there.


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