Core i9 CPUs to larger drives for displays that automatically adjust their color temperature.
But early adopters also encountered an unexpected problem – CPUs throttling wildly up and down under exactly the sort of high-end workload for which these pro-level machines were designed.
Fortunately, a correction is already available.
Update is all it takes to fix it. We downloaded and installed the new software fix, and at least in our first tests it seems to fix the problem. We will continue to do our full test to confirm, and in the meantime, here's what you need to know to update a newly purchased MacBook Pro.
- The problem (and fix) applies only to
($ 930 at Amazon Marketplace) Benefits Apple Announced on July 12
and 15 inches
- The 13-inch MacBook Pro without Touch Bar, the 12-inch MacBook and
($ 859 at Amazon Marketplace) were not updated and are not affected.
- The specific update you are looking for is the Supplementary Update for MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6
- If not I would like to wait for you to go through the Apple default menu> About this Mac> Software Update Path Get you.
- Once the file is downloaded, open it, follow the instructions and install the package in.
- You will be prompted to restart after the installation is complete.
You should be ready! According to early reports the fix is more effective and stops the choking and throttling effect.
Please note that this only applies to people who have purchased one of the new 13-inch and 15-inch TouchBook MacBook Pro laptops with Intel processors of the eighth generation.
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