Apple releases OS X 10.11.3 with fixes for bugs and security [Updated]


(credit: Andrew Cunningham) Today Apple released OS X 10.11.3, the third major update for El Capitan since the operating system was released to the public in September. You can grab it now through the Update tab of the Mac App Store, or you can manually download and install the Combo Update version from Apple’s support site. As with the iOS 9.2.1 update, Apple’s release notes are unusually light, and the more detailed release notes aren’t available on Apple’s support site as of this writing (they will be posted  here when they’re ready). The security release notes detail a handful of fixes for El Capitan and one for the still-supported Mavericks and Yosemite, most of which have been resolved thanks to memory handling improvements. Update : The general release notes are live. 10.11.3 fixes a pair of edge cases: One where a Mac connected to a 4K display wouldn’t wake from sleep, and one where “third-party .pkg file receipts stored in /var/db/receipts are now retained when upgrading from OS X Yosemite.” Read 1 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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