It’s no secret that Apple has been trying to improve its support for Macs.
The company has recently been updating its Pro OS X, which comes with the latest versions of Core OS, iWork, and a slew of new features.
For some users, this has been a painful process, as they have had to wait months to get their Macs updated to the latest version of OS X.
Now, a new Mac update for the Pro version of Mac OS X may be making things easier for those who are struggling with a crash issue, reports Macworld.
The new version of Pro includes a fix for an OS 10.9.3 issue with Mac OS.
This update is coming to Macs that were released between August 5 and August 11, and includes a new version called Pro 10.12.3.
This is a smaller, more streamlined version of the Pro, which includes a number of bug fixes and improvements.
The issue has been reported by Macworld, and it appears to be caused by a bug in Apple’s support for Core OS.
Users who were running a previous version of Core and were experiencing problems with the Pro 10 will be able to update with the same issue fixed in this new version.
However, those who were using a previous release of Core can still install this update on Macs after August 11.
This is not the first time that Apple updates its Pro versions of Macs to address an OS crash issue.
In July, Apple released an update to Pro 10, 10.7.5, and 10.10.1.
The fixes included a fix to the OS 10:9 crash issue that had been affecting users since August of 2015.
The latest Mac update may also be bringing a solution to an issue that affected some users with older versions of the OS.
This bug has been known to crash Macs running OS X Mavericks.
This issue was reported by multiple Macworld users who were experiencing a crash on their Macbooks running Mavericks.
Mac users who are still running an older version of macOS can continue to update, however, the new version may cause them to lose their ability to update.
Macworld has not confirmed this yet, but the company does note that Apple may “revert back to the old version of Mavericks.”
Users who have already updated to 10.11.1 should be able keep their MacOS 10.x versions of macOS up to date, but some users may be left with a new crash when updating from 10.13.1 to 10:11.0.
The issue can also be experienced with older Macs with a fixed memory problem.
Apple has not yet released a fix in this update.