Apple has released its new version of updates 10.12.3 for macOS Sierra.
The update is currently available on the Mac App Store and on the new copies of the Sierra installer.
It is a bugfix update, though it is rolling out changes for the new MacBook Pro as well that was released late last year.
The recent updates have attempted to fix Apple’s couple of issues: battery and graphics.
The system would display “time remaining” message, which would indeed an inaccurate representation of the remaining battery life.
The Apple discovered a bug spreading fallacious messages.
Another important fix is for the graphics issues on MacBook Pro models. Some users reported their systems being affected by issues like flickering, screen tearing, flashing, full-screen checkerboard patterns, and other visual defects.
The new updates thus improves automatic graphic switching that will kill the issues of flickering and screen tearing reported on MacBook Pro (15-inch, October 2016). Likewise, it addresses problems that rose during encoding Adobe Premiere Pro projects on MacBook Pro (13- and 15-inch, October 2016).
Importantly, earlier the system could not search for the scanned PDF documents in Preview, which has been repaired now. Similarly, the export of PDF documents has been enabled that did not work earlier with encryption enabled. The system is also now able to import images from digital cameras that was not supported earlier.
Its very easy to download the new updates. Go to the Mac App Store, and check the “Updates” tab where you can find the updated list of macOS Sierra; 10.12.3. Just click and get it installed.