Users who have installed the security patch for macOS High Sierra 10.13.0, would have to download the patches when switching to macOS High Sierra 10.13.1. About it reports the edition 9to5Mac.
Last week — November 27 – December 3 2017 — was a challenge for Apple. In operating systems of a Corporation was discovered several major vulnerabilities:
- an yone with physical access to the computer could obtain administrator rights;
- offensive 2 December 2017 has led to an uncontrolled reboots many iPhone;
- and iOS 11.2 impact on the work Face ID.
Apple has released fixes pretty quickly, but in the rush forgot a bit about reliability and quality. Therefore, the installation of the patches, in turn, led to the emergence of minor issues.
Users working on macOS High Sierra 10.13.0 and install all of the patches will have to download and activate patches again after switching to macOS High Sierra 10.13.1. And that patch was saved successfully and regularly earned, the computer will have to perezagruzit. However, in the description of the patch about the need to restart said nothing.
To install the update from the App Store or manually by downloading it from Apple support.
Apple representatives did not comment on the problem of instability of the patches. Maybe some patches will soon pereizdan, and the user won’t have to reinstall patches after you upgrade the operating system.
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