After the much anticipated MacBook Pro?launched in October, there came the surge of several complaints about the unit. For those who have not yet purchased the item, be thankful you haven?t joined the line in the complaints section of Apple. According to recent reports, several glitches were noticeable on the recently launched 2016 MacBook Pro.
The first noticeable glitch according to the 9to5mac is the apparent ?tearing? of the device. Tearing is when your desktop background also appears and dominates the foreground of all the apps in the MacBook Pro device. The red and black bars appearing on the screen also makes it look like the graphics are pixelated, but in the worst way. Meanwhile, others experienced unrecoverable crashes that not only irritated users, but alarmed them as well.
Based on the type of issues surrounding the 2016 MacBook Pro, one would think it?s a hardware problem. Surprisingly, it?s not. A certain forum online is said to have received a reply from Apple?s chief engineer Craig Federighi.
The email response, which was screenshot and featured on the 9to5Mac website, said:
Thanks for the note! We believe we have addressed all of these graphics issues in the latest beat of Sierra 10.12.2 (available at beta.apple.com).
I hope that you enjoy your new MacBook Pro ? it?s a fantastic machine!
Apparently, the 2016 MacBook Pro graphic issues can be fixed by Apple?s latest update; the macOS 10.12.2 Beta. Meanwhile, the report also said that there?s a possibility that the email was fake, but the macOS 10.12.2 Beta actually exists.
Unfortunately, not everything has been addressed in the graphics issues brought by the macOS 10.12.2 Beta. In this video, you can see the remnants of the graphic issue that the macOS 10.12.2 beta update was not able to fix. Are you affected by the recent glitch of the MacBook Pro device? What actions have you taken to fix the issue? For more news and update about the device, read us here on TheBitBag.