Download: Final Version Of macOS Sierra 10.12.2 For Macs Released

Apple has officially made available for download macOS Sierra 10.12.2 final version to the general public with a compatible iMac or MacBook.

Out of testing period, macOS Sierra 10.12.2 public release comes after a period being with developers and testers that involved the seeding of six individual betas with the aim of perfecting and honing the platform ready for primetime launch. Now that the public version is here, the focus moves on what it has to offer on compatible Macs.


Introduced by Apple with the release of macOS Sierra 10.12.2 that you might call slim pickings. Apple has used this release opportunity to focus purely over its stability and performance improvements that should hopefully make the macOS Sierra experience a much more pleasant one on compatible iMacs and MacBooks.

Apple has also used version 10.12.2 to ensure that macOS is more finely tuned for those lucky individuals using on of 2016 MacBook Pro models. By that way, it involves a deeper integration within the OS for the fantastic new Touch Bar experience of the Apple’s new MacBook Pro, alongside some best enhancements for that same hardware containing Apple’s Touch ID sensor for biometric authentication without the need for passwords and the likelihood.

It also includes new Unicode 9 emoji characters, new wallpapers, and bug fixes for graphical glitches as well as Time Machine crashing issue.

Overall, the latest somewhat is evolutionary change, macOS Sierra 10.12.2 is Apple’s route of streamlining and redefining certain aspects of the platform to not only provide a better experience for users, rather also ensure that new hardware that has been released after the initial release of Sierra is fully supported without any problems. Make sure you grab the update right now to get the top-of-the-list macOS Sierra experience.


Anyone holding up a compatible iMac or MacBook can head on over to the Mac App Store to grab the final version of macOS Sierra 10.12.2 right now.

Launching the Mac App Store and navigating to the Updates tab should show the available update with immediate availability.

Before you do so, be aware that going through the process may require you to be connected to a power source and run through a system restart, and if the update isn’t available, keep on checking as it may need time to propagate through to your region.

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