Monday, April 27, 2015

Fix OS 10.10.3 JPEG Viewer Bug with iMac Graphics Update 1.0

The previous supplemental update to OS X Yosemite didn’t fix OS X 10.10.3 JPEG viewer bugs and Mac users who downloaded and installed it kept wondering when Apple was planning to release another fix. The company now offers iMac Graphics Update 1.0 designed to solve the problem with large JPEG files.

You can get this OS X Yosemite fix right away to get rid of an annoying issue when your computer simply restarts when you try to open a large image. Some users reported that their machines were freezing in the same situation but those restarting and freezing aren’t the most pleasant effects.

Note that Apple is currently working on the next OS X 10.10.4 version as it seeded its first beta to public testers and registered developers. This brings some new features to Macs but you’ll know them all after the iOS company launches this system to public.

About JPEG Bug in OS X Yosemite 10.10.3

Everything happened when users were working with Finder or Preview apps. No one can tell for sure if the size of the image caused the problem or something else, but the Cupertino-based giant was surely aware of this bug because it presented the fix.

The bug occurs on 21.5-inch iMac and 27-inch iMac with and without Retina released in late 2013 and late 2014 you might need to download iMac Graphics Update 1.0. After this upgrade your computer should stop its unusual reactions whenever you are launching a JPEG file.

Download the update 1.0 and everything should be resolved with your iMac responding to you even when you are opening or previewing JPEGs. This issue doesn’t seem to bother everyone so if you had no issues with different JPEG images before you can avoid updating to this release.


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