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After a month-long beta period, Apple has released the update to macOS Sierra 10.12.1 with iPhone 7 Photos compatibility fixes, Safari security enhancements, and more.
The macOS 10.12.1 update adds an automatic smart album in Photos for Depth Effect images from the iPhone 7 Plus, improves Microsoft Office compatibility with iCloud Desktop and Documents, fixes some Mail issues related to Microsoft Exchange, rectifies an issue with incorrect paste text with Universal Clipboard, improves Auto Unlock functionality with Apple Watch, and improves stability and security in Safari.
The macOS release is expected to be pre-installed on any new Macs released at Thursday's "Hello again" event. At this time, it is thought that only the MacBook Pro and MacBook/MacBook Air lines will be refreshed.
The patch is approximately 584 MB, and available through Software Update. Apple's iOS 10 and tvOS were updated on Monday as well.