Yesterday afternoon, when Apple started releasing its battery of operating systems, we published our article citing the macOS Sierra 10.12.2 on the cake because we didn?t think he would have a reason not to go out with iOS 10.2, watchOS 3.1.1 and tvOS 10.1. Even Apple itself hinted that it was already available, too, in this post from its Newsroom.
Well, it took another day and here it is: macOS Sierra 10.12.2 is now available to all users! His final build is 16C67.
In addition to having general improvements and bug fixes, it obviously comes with a number of new emojis and some new wallpapers.
Here's the changelog complete:
The 10.12.2 update for macOS Sierra improves Mac stability, compatibility and performance and is recommended for all users.
- Improves Auto Lock configuration and reliability;
- Allows the addition of a Trackpad Handwriting button in Chinese Control Strip Touch Bar;
- Adds support for taking screenshots of the Touch Bar with the Capture app or shortcut Command + Capitals + 6;
- Corrects an issue that caused the Touch Bar emoji selector to appear on the screen;
- Solves graphics problems on MacBook Pro computers (October 2016);
- Corrects an issue where System Integrity Protection was disabled on some MacBook Pro computers (October 2016);
- It improves the configuration and the experience of choosing not to use the iCloud Desk and Documents;
- Corrects an issue in the delivery of Optimized Storage alerts;
- Improves audio quality when using Siri and FaceTime with Bluetooth headphones;
- Improves the stability of Photos when creating and ordering books;
- Corrects an issue where incoming Mail messages did not appear when using a Microsoft Exchange account;
- Corrects an issue that prevented the installation of Safari Extensions downloaded from outside the Safari Extensions Gallery;
- Adds support for new Windows 8 and Windows 7 installations with Boot Camp on compatible Macs.
To install it, you have two options: open the Mac App Store, click on the ?Updates? tab to view the update, or download the build manually from the Apple website (Update, Combo) and proceed with the installation. Before anything, of course, make sure you have a backup on hand.
For those already running the new version of macOS Sierra, share your experiences in the comments below. ?
Update · 12/13/2016 s 16:40
Another significant change from macOS Sierra 10.12.2, reported by TechCrunch, that he removes the estimated battery usage time from the operating system menu bar something that has been in OS X macOS forever?
Now we are left with the same percentage, just like on iOS. According to Apple, the time shown there was not very accurate and could cause confusion among users. Did it take you so many years to realize this? ?
Update II · 12/13/2016 s 16:40
Today also came the iTunes 12.5.4, adding support for the new TV app on the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV. And with the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro, you can use the explorer to quickly access various parts of music, movies, TV shows and more.
The update also includes, according to Apple, minor improvements to the app and performance.
Update III · 12/13/2016 s 17:07
Apple has just released the Security Update 2016-007 (10.10.5)is obviously recommended for all OS X Yosemite users.
Update IV · 12/14/2016 s 09:48
For those interested, here are the support articles on security published by Apple:
Update V · 12/15/2016 s 17:20
Now the Security Update 2016-003 (10.11.6), for those who are still on OS X El Capitan.