California is a region near and dear to tech giant Apple; after all, this is where founders Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs once dreamed of shaking up the computer industry by making it appealing to households. For this reason, it should come as no surprise that Apple products are quite popular in the High Desert area.
A Brief History of Apple’s Operating Systems
There used to be a time when Mac users in Apple Valley and Victorville did not have to worry about operating system (OS) upgrades; that was decades ago when the architecture of Apple computers was built in a way that the OS was integrated and locked to the hardware. These days, however, Apple seems to release OS X updates more often than they actually release new systems.
Possible Issues Experienced by Mac Users
Something else that some Mac users have noticed is that they are running into errors when trying to install this update. These errors display a message that explains that the update can not be verified or that the installation was not successful. As with many other issues related to Apple products, including the iPhone and iPad, these errors may be related to the OS X date and time, which can be set automatically when the Mac is online or manually if the Internet connection is unreliable.
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Yet other Mac users are bringing their computers to the shop after installing the update; they believe that their system is now running too fast and unstable. This problem is usually related to an older hardware configuration, and it may just be a matter of getting used to the update.