On May 22, Apple officially released an update for its macOS 10.14.5. The MacBook Pro, Mojave had been released to the public earlier this month and now Apple has released an update for it. The supplemental update for the desktop operating system was introduced to address a firmware issue affecting 15-inch MacBook Pro computers with the T2 Security chip and was recommended for all users.
“The MacBook Pro Supplemental Update addresses a firmware issue affecting 15-inch MacBook Pro computers with T2 Security Chip, and is recommended for all users” Apple stated.
The company is also directing users interested in the details for security update to its platform. Currently, Apple’s latest security update listed is for watchOS 5.2.1. While it was released about a week ago, the company will likely update its page soonest with the macOS Mojave 10.14.5 supplemental update for MacBook Pro.
Equally, Apple has updated a new core MacBook Pro with a new kind of keyboard, adding in the newest eighth- and ninth-generation Intel-branded processors to speed up its machines. The company announced new Intel processor options for its MacBook Pro lineup, both in the 13- and 15-inch models and the new launch brought an eight-core processor to the MacBook Pro for the first time.
Meanwhile, the new 13-inch model cost $1,799, while the new 15-inch model costs $2,399. Available on Apple’s Store iOS app and on its website, they will be available in selected Apple’s Authorized Re-sellers shortly.
So what do you think about Apple’s update? Are you going to update macOS 10.14.5 or buy the 13- and 15-inch model?