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Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Apple macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 Released

Today, Apple officially released macOS High Sierra 10.13.3. As has been par for the course with the previous beta seeds, this new version of the desktop operating isn’t a major upgrade for the platform. Instead, as the version number suggests, it is a minor update that is meant to primarily address behind-the-scenes issues that have been discovered since the last update. The new software should also help improve overall performance in some key areas that Apple feels it necessary to address.

To update, owners of supported devices simply need to open the Mac App Store and click on the Updates tab. From there, the new version of macOS High Sierra should be listed as software ready to download and install. Click on the option to update, the software will download, and then the Mac will go through the updating process.

If this new software is anything like previous updates, installing it on the computer might take some time, so make sure you have a chunk cleared from your schedule before you go through the update process.

Previous betas of macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 did not reveal any major changes or updates. However, like iOS 11.2.5, this software will include a fix for the “chaiOS” iMessage bug. That particular issue sees recipients of a specific link having their Messages app freeze, and, in some cases, even seeing the whole system freeze up. Apple said it is addressing it in the iOS update this week.

You can download and install macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 from the Mac App Store now.


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