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Since Apple’s introduction of the Rose Gold-tinted MacBook in spring 2016, macOS Sierra has shaken the featherweight laptop to its core, adding Apple Watch compatibility and even Siri for those in favor of computer-based voice commands. Unfortunately, that hasn’t been enough to save Apple’s Mac division as a whole from a five-year sales decline.

The silver lining is that a 2017 MacBook is presumably just a few months out. Reports of a sequel to Apple’s 12-incher have been circulating since the summer of last year, with one patent even suggesting mobile LTE support. Hopefully, by then Apple learns from the battery life shortcomings faced by the MacBook Pro, which was only recently treated to a working patch.

In the meantime, MacBook users can take advantage of macOS 10.12.2, which adds Unicode 9.0 support for new emojis. Developers enrolled in the Apple Beta Software Program, on the other hand, can take advantage of the fourth beta update for macOS Sierra 10.12.3, replenished with little more than expected, albeit unspecific “stability, compatibility and security improvements.”

Since Apple’s introduction of the Rose Gold-tinted MacBook in spring 2016, macOS Sierra has shaken the featherweight laptop to its core, adding Apple Watch compatibility and even Siri for those in favor of computer-based voice commands. Unfortunately, that hasn’t been enough to save Apple’s Mac division as a whole from a five-year sales decline.

Score a MacBook on the cheap this Christmas season
The silver lining is that a 2017 MacBook is presumably just a few months out. Reports of a sequel to Apple’s 12-incher have been circulating since the summer of last year, with one patent even suggesting mobile LTE support. Hopefully, by then Apple learns from the battery life shortcomings faced by the MacBook Pro, which was only recently treated to a working patch.

In the meantime, MacBook users can take advantage of macOS 10.12.2, which adds Unicode 9.0 support for new emojis. Developers enrolled in the Apple Beta Software Program, on the other hand, can take advantage of the fourth beta update for macOS Sierra 10.12.3, replenished with little more than expected, albeit unspecific “stability, compatibility and security improvements.”

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Since Apple’s introduction of the Rose Gold-tinted MacBook in spring 2016, macOS Sierra has shaken the featherweight laptop to its core, adding Apple Watch compatibility and even Siri for those in favor of computer-based voice commands. Unfortunately, that hasn’t been enough to save Apple’s Mac division as a whole from a five-year sales decline.

Score a MacBook on the cheap this Christmas season
The silver lining is that a 2017 MacBook is presumably just a few months out. Reports of a sequel to Apple’s 12-incher have been circulating since the summer of last year, with one patent even suggesting mobile LTE support. Hopefully, by then Apple learns from the battery life shortcomings faced by the MacBook Pro, which was only recently treated to a working patch.

In the meantime, MacBook users can take advantage of macOS 10.12.2, which adds Unicode 9.0 support for new emojis. Developers enrolled in the Apple Beta Software Program, on the other hand, can take advantage of the fourth beta update for macOS Sierra 10.12.3, replenished with little more than expected, albeit unspecific “stability, compatibility and security improvements.”