If you’re a 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro user, there’s a good chance that you have been experiencing some seemingly random issues, which seem to originate from Safari. This issue causes your machine to become unresponsive. However, have you noticed that Safari freezing issue has not happened for sometime now? The reason behind this good fortune, is that a new support document was added to Apple’s website last Friday, which talks about a recent update.
Has Apple Managed to Fix Safari Freezing Issue?
When a MacBook user was struck by the Safari freezing issue, he /she once they had stopped cursing and tapping, realise that they had no other option, other than to restart their MacBook. Furthermore, according to some industry insiders this Safari freezing issue had the potential to effect a much wider range of MacBooks beyond the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro’s.
However, it looks as though those problems are now firmly in the past, thanks to a fix that Apple put into place as part of the last MAC OS X update, which arrived a few weeks ago.
How does the Safari Freezing Fix Work?
As far as Apple fixes go, this one is even more vague than previous, with Apple just informing users that they should make sure that they are using the most up-to date version of Mac OS X, and if they can to update to the version of Adobe Flash Player currently running on their device.
So as far as the Safari freezing issue is concerned, it looks as though this update has firmly made it a thing of the past!
If you would like to know more about the Safari freezing issue, it first started to appear in reports from affected users in March this year, not to long after Mac OS X 10.11.4 became available on the machines affected.
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