Apple's 2016 MacBook Pro was the company's answer to productivity and though it may not be perfect in numerous ways compared to Windows-based laptops, it is still preferred by a lot of users and consumers due to its stability and the familiarity. The macOS 10.12.3 update have been rolled out recently and it aims to further improve the experience by addressing bugs and providing general speedup.

As reported at Digital Trends, despite being limited with what people and 2016 MacBook Pro owners in terms of the hardware, several improvements were applied with the latest operating system update. The update significantly improves the graphical performance of the laptop.

The fix also addresses a number of issues with Adobe Premiere Pro projects as well. For some reason, there has been a common error with viewing PDF documents in Preview and this have also been fixed in the update.

Compatibility issues with different versions of PDF Documents, which are exported with encryption have also been addressed. The previous version also had issues with transferring images from third-party devices like digital cameras and this is also fixed.

Numerous complains pertain to users, experiencing graphical glitches, which is more apparent with the 15-inch 2016 MacBook Pro variant with a more than modest Radeon Pro 460 GPU installed. When this occurs, the screen starts flickering wildly, switching from normal to greenish screen.

Aside from the graphical issues, Apple also had a dedicated security update, which was all slated in its official security update page. The security feature have been revamped, fixing a number of issues with PHP, network access privileges and several kernel security memory algorithms.

Upgrading to the latest version of macOS can be done by heading over to the App Store. Once there, users simply need to go to the update section. It should be noted however that documents and any work should be saved before proceeding as it will require a restart once done.