Apple has released a new update for its latest operating system, El Capitan.
The Cupertino company had launched the major update OS X 10.11, back in September.
But sadly, the new version was riddled with miscellaneous bugs, and was especially heavily criticized by users of Microsoft Office 2016, and also by users of Office for Mac 2011.
Users had reported that their Outlook mail app wouldn’t sync. A month later Apple issued an update called OS X 10.11.1, which focused on fixing the reported issues, along with a slew of new emoji, said to be around 150.
Nearly two months later, Apple has released OS X 10.11.2 to its users. But unlike its predecessor, [...]
Apple released Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan on September 30, 2015.
And users have been upgrading to the new version of the operating system, like never before.
About 25% of all Mac users have already updated their machines to Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan. If you are wondering how the Cupertino company could achieve such a huge accomplishment in just 31 days, the logic is simple. Unlike Windows which runs on PCs with uniquely different hardware configurations, and has various editions of the operating system, Apple’s OS is not so fragmented.
The company’s machines are restricted to its own hardware, and even if some of the Mac devices run on an older [...]