Apple has fixed Intel processor problems on its devices via macOS 10.13.2 update

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Apple is reported to have fixed the critical design issues found in the way Intel CPUs process information recently discovered, through the latest macOS updates. The improvements Apple announced in early December, via macOS 10.13.2.

However, according to one developer, Apple also rolled out additional patches in an effort to protect its devices from Intel processor problems. This additional patch comes in beta update.

Problems can be found on all the chips produced by Intel over the past 10 years. This problem allows the desktop program to read part of the kernel memory of the protected computer.

It presents opportunities for malicious applications and cybercriminals to access passwords, login information and other personal information. Information related to improvements that Apple presented on macOS 10.13.2 by developer Alex lonescu, via his Twitter account.

Supports lonescu claims, most of the damage has been dealt with. Meanwhile, Intel released a statement denying that this problem is only found on the chipset of his work.

Based on the latest analysis, Intel calls computing devices with processors and operating systems by other manufacturers also experience similar problems experienced by the product. A number of reports predict that fixing these problems will slow down the performance of Windows and Linux devices by up to 30 percent.

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