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macOS Sierra 10.12.4 (16E195) - Final Release - Updated

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This update includes:

  • Adds Night Shift for automatically shifting the colors in your display to the warmer end of the spectrum after dark.
  • Adds Siri support for cricket scores, schedules, and player rosters from the Indian Premier League and International Cricket Council.
  • Adds Dictation support for Shanghainese.
  • Improves right-to-left language support for the Touch Bar, toolbar, and visual tab picker in Safari.
  • Resolves several PDF rendering and annotation issues in Preview.
  • Improves the visibility of the subject line when using Conversation View in Mail.
  • Fixes an issue that may prevent content from appearing in Mail messages.
  • Adds support for more digital camera RAW formats.
Links to download the offline updates.

 

Combo - File Size: 2.04 GB

Normal - File Size: 1.79 GB

 

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I upgraded hoping for Kabylake/200-series-chipset support.  It's nowhere to be found.

Good news is that old injections for simulating 100-series-chipset with IntelGFX/AHCI/XHCI still work.  System rebooted after the upgrade with no regressions.

I don't know if injection of FakeCPUID is still needed.  Will check when Darwin sources are released.

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After installing the 10.12.4 update on my 2011 iMac I realized that WLAN isn't working anymore. Network Preferences reports an established connection to the net but the machine is unable to acquire an IP address via WLAN.  :worried_anim:

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After installing the 10.12.4 update on my 2011 iMac I realized that WLAN isn't working anymore.

Wow it's an Apple machine, or Hack?

Topic updated btw

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Wow it's an Apple machine, or Hack?

Topic updated btw

It's an original iMac12,1 but a friend of mine who is using a hack with a TP-Link TL-WDN4800 called me this evening because his WLAN stopped working after he installed the update. That's why I tested it on my iMac and was able to confirm the issue.

 

Mieze

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It's an original iMac12...That's why I tested it on my iMac and was able to confirm the issue.

Hmmm, more bad news for Apple hardware users...it's a pity.

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Hmmm, more bad news for Apple hardware users...it's a pity.

Well, at least the fact that Apple machines are affected too is good news because it means that they will have to fix it.  :P

 

Mieze

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After what Mieze reports, I think I'll give this 10.12.4 build a few weeks to stew before taking the leap of faith and upgrading...  :yes:

 

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I don't get the "Night Shift" Feature. Hackintosh with Mac Pro (Late 2013) Smbios with 40" Samsung UHD@60Hz on GTX970 with latest WebDrivers.

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WiFi is fine on my laptop (Dell DW1510 card rebranded as AE). Haven't checked the X79 (genuine Apple Atheros AE) as I use ethernet on that these days, but I will later.

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After installing the 10.12.4 update on my 2011 iMac I realized that WLAN isn't working anymore. Network Preferences reports an established connection to the net but the machine is unable to acquire an IP address via WLAN.  :worried_anim:

Mieze I have read that many users have had to reboot several times to get their WiFi (rather magically) working again. perhaps there is a k-cache update issue or who knows. anyway something to try.

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Mieze I have read that many users have had to reboot several times to get their WiFi (rather magically) working again. perhaps there is a k-cache update issue or who knows. anyway something to try.

g\

This afternoon my friend reported that he reconfigured Network Preferences from scratch and was able to regain network access this way which indicates that the failure might have been the result of a messed up config file. Personally I haven't even tried to solve the problem as all my computers are hooked up via Ethernet so that I normally leave Wifi disabled.

 

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I don't get the "Night Shift" Feature. Hackintosh with Mac Pro (Late 2013) Smbios with 40" Samsung UHD@60Hz on GTX970 with latest WebDrivers.

It is a gadget, this function makes it possible to soften the radiation of the screen by modifying the temperature of color

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It is a gadget, this function makes it possible to soften the radiation of the screen by modifying the temperature of color

And how to enable if it's not present?

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And how to enable if it's not present?

It is present automatically in the preferences screen, finally for my configuration

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It is present automatically in the preferences screen, finally for my configuration

I changed smbios to newer iMac and appear and working fine on 5870

 

It's that normal?

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Did someone feel some better performance with this new update?

I do not feel better performance

Just a difference for the processor load which is a bit more important the next 5 minutes the boot

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udpate just now. does the apple loading status bar, gets to the end... black screen. no change for 10 minutes.

 

HD6870... wonder if it's the issue. going to do some further testing.

 

UPDATE: booted -v as well as -x. No errors shown. boots to blank screen once again.

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