Macos Supplemental Update

What update is this, the last update that was available for Mojave was the Security Update released on March 24th 2020. Apple - Support - Downloads. Run your mac OS' About This Mac's software update. Ignore its Catalina v10.15 offer and click on its other update offer. I didn't take a screen shot/capture since I already downloaded and installed. MacOS Catalina 10.15.7 Supplemental Update. Apple has officially released a Supplemental Update for macOS Catalina 10.15.7. Download the new installer using the patcher and install. It works with the patcher, shouldn’t brick anything right, can someone confirm real quick.

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Macos Supplemental Update 10.15.6

  • Not seeing it available in Software Updates, nor is it posted to support.apple.com
  • Not seeing it available in Software Updates, nor is it posted to support.apple.com
    https://developer.apple.com/news/releases/?id=09102020a
  • What about Bluetooth fixes? iMac 2017 always have broken Bluetooth on third party wireless earphones and three years passed, no fix at all.
  • What about Bluetooth fixes? iMac 2017 always have broken Bluetooth on third party wireless earphones and three years passed, no fix at all.
    You have the most interesting problems that nobody else seems to ever have.
  • What about Bluetooth fixes? iMac 2017 always have broken Bluetooth on third party wireless earphones and three years passed, no fix at all.
    I have no less than three sets of Bluetooth headphones; Sony MBR-wX770BN over-ear, AKG-Y500 on-ear, and an LG set of earbud-style older ones. All three work fine with both my 2012 MBP running Mojave and my 2019 15-inch i0 MBP running Catalina (not to mention my various iOS devices.
    Sounds like the problem is local to you.
    edited September 2020
  • I went to the Software Update preference pane, and I am not seeing it, either.
    edited September 2020
  • I think the only issue I still have in Catalina that I can't seem to nail down is Safari will stop loading pages occasionally. Usually easily fixed by quitting and reopening Safari, but occasionally requires a reboot. Doesn't happen often, but kind of annoying. Anyone else see this?
  • There must be a hardware conditional on this because I don't see this as being available on my Late 2012 iMac or 2014 Mac Mini, both with 10.15.6 (19G2021).
    No big deal as both my iMac and Mini are purring along quite nicely. The Apple cart is rolling along.
    edited September 2020
  • Not showing up in Software Update. In every previous instance that I can recall, Apple has also posted the update as a publicly-available standalone updater. Smells like this wasn't verified and both AI & 9to5Mac both jumped on a bogus report -- did anyone from AI independently verify this?
  • Nothing so far for my 16” 2019 MBP. Maybe a regional rollout?
  • Not showing up in Software Update. In every previous instance that I can recall, Apple has also posted the update as a publicly-available standalone updater. Smells like this wasn't verified and both AI & 9to5Mac both jumped on a bogus report -- did anyone from AI independently verify this?
    Did you read the forum posts above yours? Link posted.
    edited September 2020
  • I think the only issue I still have in Catalina that I can't seem to nail down is Safari will stop loading pages occasionally. Usually easily fixed by quitting and reopening Safari, but occasionally requires a reboot. Doesn't happen often, but kind of annoying. Anyone else see this?
    Yes - I have had the same problem, at random times. Opening Brave or Tor browser and the pages will open fine... reboot seems most reliable fix.
    Hopefully this update might relate to it - update not available yet, and yes clicked on that link above. I can see the Catalina hyperlink but click on that link and get taken to Beta releases...
  • Not showing up in Software Update. In every previous instance that I can recall, Apple has also posted the update as a publicly-available standalone updater. Smells like this wasn't verified and both AI & 9to5Mac both jumped on a bogus report -- did anyone from AI independently verify this?
    Did you read the forum posts above yours? Link posted.
    That's a really convoluted series of links:
    Land on the News and Updates page
    Click the macOS Catalina 10.15.6 (19G2531) link, log in with a developer account and land on the Beta Software Downloads page
    Click the Release link to switch to the Software Downloads page
    Click the Download button next to the macOS Catalina 10.15.6 (19G2531) entry to open the App Store to the Catalina full installer.
    I'm not interested in doing a clean install right now, so I'll wait for the updater to appear (if it does) on https://support.apple.com/en_US/downloads
    edited September 2020
  • Not showing up in Software Update. In every previous instance that I can recall, Apple has also posted the update as a publicly-available standalone updater. Smells like this wasn't verified and both AI & 9to5Mac both jumped on a bogus report -- did anyone from AI independently verify this?
    Did you read the forum posts above yours? Link posted.
    Yes. If an OS update is only available on developer.apple.com then it's not a public release -- that is, if it were available. Logged in with my dev account and couldn't find it on either the beta, release or 'more' sections. So if it was available on developer, it's been pulled. Both AI & 9to5 claimed this was released (it wasn't, at least not publicly, and as for now not at all), and that it's available via SU, which it isn't.
    edited September 2020
  • What about Bluetooth fixes? iMac 2017 always have broken Bluetooth on third party wireless earphones and three years passed, no fix at all.
    I have no less than three sets of Bluetooth headphones; Sony MBR-wX770BN over-ear, AKG-Y500 on-ear, and an LG set of earbud-style older ones. All three work fine with both my 2012 MBP running Mojave and my 2019 15-inch i0 MBP running Catalina (not to mention my various iOS devices.
    Sounds like the problem is local to you.
    But do you have an iMac 2017? He said 'iMac 2017', not MBP 2012 or MBP 2019.
  • Not showing up in Software Update. In every previous instance that I can recall, Apple has also posted the update as a publicly-available standalone updater. Smells like this wasn't verified and both AI & 9to5Mac both jumped on a bogus report -- did anyone from AI independently verify this?
    Did you read the forum posts above yours? Link posted.
    That link takes me to some developer betas (Xcode, Metal for Windows, etc). I'm not seeing it Software Update either.
  • yeah, should have stated 'beta'. i can see that update as public beta tester...
  • I don't have a paid developer account (but I do have a free login) and that link leads me to a page which lists the new build number but it's only a further link to https://developer.apple.com/download/ where the update isn't listed.
  • I don't have a paid developer account (but I do have a free login) and that link leads me to a page which lists the new build number but it's only a further link to https://developer.apple.com/download/ where the update isn't listed.
    Same story here. Sorry, Mike W!
  • What about Bluetooth fixes? iMac 2017 always have broken Bluetooth on third party wireless earphones and three years passed, no fix at all.
    You have the most interesting problems that nobody else seems to ever have.
    may be. or just one who voices out. or me solved other problems except those rare happened to others. i’m one of many people insisted Apple slowed down my iPhone 6 Plus.
    i’m using Aftershokz. 3 generations in 4 years all have bluetooth connection problem with iMac. Filed a few cases to Apple, no solution. is it Aftershokz’s problem? could be bad marriage between them. Apple should take a look at the log, they just don’t care. i said bone conduction tech is good, and people laugh. now Apple is putting their toes in it. facts are facts; facts won’t change because of where you stand.
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macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 Supplemental Update

Mac Os 10.15.7 Supplemental Update

Released January 8, 2018

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Available for: macOS High Sierra 10.13.2

Description: macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 Supplemental Update includes security improvements to Safari and WebKit to mitigate the effects of Spectre (CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2017-5715).

We would like to acknowledge Jann Horn of Google Project Zero; and Paul Kocher in collaboration with Daniel Genkin of University of Pennsylvania and University of Maryland, Daniel Gruss of Graz University of Technology, Werner Haas of Cyberus Technology, Mike Hamburg of Rambus (Cryptography Research Division), Moritz Lipp of Graz University of Technology, Stefan Mangard of Graz University of Technology, Thomas Prescher of Cyberus Technology, Michael Schwarz of Graz University of Technology, and Yuval Yarom of University of Adelaide and Data61 for their assistance.

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Installing macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 Supplemental Update will update Safari to version 11.0.2 (13604.4.7.1.6) or version 11.0.2 (13604.4.7.10.6).

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