Apple has been working on a fix for Macs that cause software updates to fail to install on new computers, with Apple Software Updates having been introduced to fix this issue since September.
However, Mac users are reporting that Apple Software Updaters are still not working properly and that Apple is continuing to push Macs with the Software Update problem forward.
According to an article from MacRumors, Apple is now using the term “macOS Software Updating” to describe what happens to your Mac when it fails to install software updates, rather than the older term “MacOS Software Update”.
However, this is not the first time that Apple has used this term.
Earlier this month, Apple introduced a feature that would automatically download and install updates to the Mac when a Mac was turned on for the first or last time.
The feature was dubbed “Apple Update”, but the feature was soon renamed to “mac OS Update”.
As Apple continues to work on fixing the problem, it has released a video showing how to remove the “macos software update” from a Mac running Mac OS X 10.10.4, as well as a workaround for how to uninstall it.
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