- Craig Federighi confirmed a software fix in next macOS update
- It will resolve all MacBook Pro users’ visual glitches woes
- macOS Sierra 10.12.2 is currently in beta mode
A number of users have reported graphics card issues in their new MacBook Pro 2016 laptops, with some even reporting unrecoverable crashes. Now, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi has reportedly replied to a grievance mail claiming that the issue has been resolved in the latest beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.2.
Developer and public beta program members are currently testing macOS Sierra 10.12.2, and the beta cycle for the particular is expected to end soon. According to the alleged email by Federighi, the commercial release of macOS Sierra 10.12.2 will mean the end of the graphics card issue and all those visual glitches.
MacRumors got hold of the alleged response email, and it reads, “Thanks for the note! We believe we have addressed all of these graphics issues in the latest [beta] of Sierra 10.12.2 (available at beta.apple.com). I hope that you enjoy your new MacBook Pro – it’s a fantastic machine!”
Many users claim that the graphics card starts showing problems when using Adobe Media Encoder, and the computer eventually crashes, while others claim issues with the Photos app. One user’s MacBook Pro allegedly started ‘flashing violently with red/ green hues and a sort of chequerboard pattern.
Most users are convinced that the dedicated GPU in the 15-inch MacBook Pro 2016 with Touch Bar is causing this issue, however many 13-inch MacBook Pro 2016 users (with Function Keys and with Touch Bar) have also made the same complaint. While MacRumors claims that the mail cannot be verified, there’s little reason for it to be fake. In any case, all shall be known once macOS Sierra 10.12.2 is released. Recently, many MacBook Pro users also reported battery life issues claiming that their fully charged laptops are dying in just three hours of normal usage.
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