What’s happening to Mac OS X 10.7.6?
Google has just released a software update that brings a number of fixes to OS X. The software update is designed to address issues that are affecting Mac users, but is also likely to include fixes for bugs and security issues that may arise as a result of Mac OS 11, the company said.
The latest version of MacOS 10.8, the latest version in the Mac Pro family, is set to roll out in the United States on Friday.
Apple is expected to make a public announcement on Thursday of its plans for OS X 11.
The software update brings a range of fixes that are meant to improve the performance of the Mac.
One of the fixes includes a fix for a bug that can cause a hard drive crash when trying to install an image of OS X onto an SSD.
Apple said it has fixed a problem with its FaceTime audio app that can lead to the inability to view photos on a Mac.
The company said it is also working on a fix that will improve the appearance of certain fonts, which are commonly used on Macs.
The company said a new font should be available in a couple of days.
A handful of other fixes will make it easier to install new versions of macOS, and a number more are expected to be rolled out in a few days.
The OS X update is intended to help customers with the Mac Mini, Mac Pro and Mac Mini Pro computers.