The final version of macOS High Sierra 10.3.3 is now available to download for everyone. This update is available over the air.
macOS High Sierra 10.3.3 Released with Important Fixes for Mac Users. Download it Today.
Though a supplemental update was pushed to macOS High Sierra users a while back to patch the Spectre vulnerability, Apple has today released another update in the form of macOS High Sierra 10.3.3. Though it does not bring anything new to the table in the features department, but it does fix quite a lot of bugs, including this bug, which I'd rather not talk about, because it's just too absurd. Nonetheless, here's the complete changelog of the update straight from the Mac App Store itself.
For more details about this update head over to this link.
The update is available to download over the air just like any macOS release. It's recommended that you follow the steps outlined below before going ahead with the installation.
- Make sure you have saved all your work before you initiate the download.
- Connect to the Internet and launch the Mac App Store.
- Click on the Updates tab.
- Wait for the page to refresh and the 10.3.3 update will show itself in a few seconds. Click on the Update button next to it.
- The download will now begin, and once completed you will be asked whether or not you wish to install the update right now or postpone it. It's totally up to you which route you want to take. Personally, I would recommend that you install it right away and get over it.
This update is available for every single Mac user running macOS High Sierra and I can't emphasize enough on how important it is. If you are going to postpone installing this update, it's fine, but do not skip on it entirely. You really don't want a point release getting in the way of your App Store preferences page, do you? Of course not.
Given how things stand, Apple has ensured that it will audit its desktop software far more closely in the wake of recent discoveries, leaving personal data prone to third-parties that may get their hands on your Mac while you're away. We sincerely hope things return to normality, with top-notch security around every corner of the OS.