41 responses

  1. rubecube
    October 31, 2017

    Looks like the download link is wrong…

  2. John
    October 31, 2017

    No 10.13.1 on apple download page.

  3. John
    October 31, 2017

    No 10.13.1 on apple download page link.

  4. mcpack
    October 31, 2017

    I have not upgraded yet, waiting on the bug fixes. Should I upgrade with this bug fix or wait for the first combo pack?

    • Jak
      November 1, 2017

      WAIT!!!! I made the mistake so you won’t have to.

      • Gerald Nelson
        November 14, 2017

        Yeah. I didn’t wait and it is terrible.

      • Gerald Nelson
        November 14, 2017

        Yeah. I didn’t wait and it is terrible.

  5. Don
    October 31, 2017

    WARNING! 10.13.1 is buggy! Finder hesitates/slow and About This Mac shows High Sierra but release 10.12.6.

  6. Lee
    October 31, 2017

    “High” Sierra. I have a 27″ iMac, it had 10.13, and one partition was using the new file system. I got sick of 10.13 and downgraded, or upgraded to 10.12.6, filemaker could not see remote servers and many apps would not install. Totally formatted all partitions and installed 10.12.6 fresh, now the apps work. It seems the new file system effects things too

  7. Cerebro
    October 31, 2017

    Looking for the standalone updater download. The link, above, doesn’t get me there and I can’t seem to find it, anywhere, on Apple’s support site.

    • Bart
      November 1, 2017

      It’s at the App Store under Features

  8. robin huxley
    October 31, 2017

    No sign of OS 13.1 on iTunes or Updates.

  9. rubecube
    November 1, 2017

    There is something strange with this update. Mac App store shows only the whole installer 10.13.1 (4.8 GB) and not the incremental update:
    https://itunes.apple.com/nl/app/macos-high-sierra/id1246284741?l=en&mt=12

    I chose to update via the automatic App Store updater and after restart System info still says 10.13 (17A405)…
    I will try again and see what happens.

  10. palentzia
    November 1, 2017

    Finder won´t work after update. Beware

    • ALC
      November 3, 2017

      My Finder keeps crashing, too. I’ve been able to “go backward” on a couple of tabs, then go back in and have them working fine, but this is frustrating.

  11. Sarah
    November 1, 2017

    yosemite end of support? Have i upgrade from an stable system to?

    • opinion
      November 1, 2017

      Personal opinion here: Yosemite was a terrible release, I would recommend El Capitan as the most stable recent Mac release even though it’s dated now. The later releases of Sierra 10.12.5+ were tolerable as well. High Sierra is a mess I am currently avoiding, too many problems reported with no features to benefit, maybe they will figure out High Sierra by 10.13.5 too.

      • Gerald Nelson
        November 14, 2017

        I miss Jobs at the helm.

  12. Peter H
    November 1, 2017

    Problems after updating to 20.13.1
    – mail app not working / syncing
    – I downloaded spark mail client but it’s not working either…
    – not able to login to icloud (unknow error occured) to edit accounts…

    … this is not Apple I used to know …. very sad

  13. ML
    November 1, 2017

    Did the update but after restarting it did not ask for my password.
    I have automatic login disabled.

    After I shut down the computer and reboot, it is asking for my password again.
    Everything else works fine so far.

    MacBook Pro late 2014

  14. Marcos
    November 1, 2017

    No APFS to Fusion Drives and that is something to hate on rotten Apple

    • Parick
      November 1, 2017

      Apple has said multiple times (including at WWDC ’17) that APFS is not yet supported on Fusion Drives. Instead of “hating”, try doing your research before you complain.

  15. arny
    November 1, 2017

    It looks like they’ve pulled this upgrade – I can’t find it anywhere currently.

    • TZ
      November 11, 2017

      After 2 attempts to install 10.13.1 over the past week, I was able to get it to install today 11.11.17.

  16. Paul
    November 1, 2017

    Maybe it’s me, but why do people get so excited about “70 new emoji icons”….

  17. Tom
    November 1, 2017

    Downloaded, and installed High Sierra, including the new update. Total time about 75 minutes, everything seems to work normally, except the screen brightness is dimmer.

  18. Cerebro
    November 1, 2017

    Here’s the correct link to the, standalone, updater:
    https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1941?locale=en_US

  19. AndyLynn
    November 1, 2017

    MacBook Pro (2010) Wi-Fi is *still* hosed (crash/freeze after 15min & then reboot) under 10.13.1. ok – guess i’m headed back to El Capitan on this puppy. Apple can no longer reliably support their products – sad but *true*.

    can some auto software platform mayhem be far behind?

    • lee
      November 3, 2017

      Apple is now Microsoft. Ubuntu is getting better and better, now Ubuntu 17.10 is very close to OS X

  20. Ben
    November 1, 2017

    Does this fix the pointer bug issue with some programs?

  21. lee
    November 3, 2017

    900 odd Mb and it fixed NOTHING, and took forever to install. Still a black screen instead of login screen, on the 2011 Mac mini only solution is to pull the HDMI cable and plug back in. OS X Mail still useless, massive black boxes over the emails. Switched to FireFox and Thunderbird. Server still not updated, no WebDAVS/iOS support. 10.13 is rubbish, beta. Put my iMac 27″ back to 10.12.6, now it works, funny that. Apple does not care about this anymore, its all over priced phones, watches and TV programs for idiots

  22. ALC
    November 3, 2017

    Is anyone else having problems with OPEN RECENT in Microsoft Word since the upgrade? It has stopped tracking my current documents and can’t “find” the other recent ones; when I go into Preferences, the option to track is not there.

  23. Andras
    November 5, 2017

    With this update my mac even got worse than with the 13.0… I am seriously thinking about to downgrade back to Sierra…. :/

    • Lee
      November 6, 2017

      10.12.6 client and server work, this “upgrade” is a disgrace

  24. BJA
    November 6, 2017

    Older MacBook Pro (8,3). Installed Security Update 2017-001 Sierra update. Awful. AWFUL. So slow. Incredibly frustrating.

    • tunic
      November 6, 2017

      A security update should have no impact on performance, they are small updates that do not do anything beyond patching specific security issues.

      It’s probable or likely your Mac is just reindexing the drive or performing background activity, making it feel slower temporarily. It’s also possible there is a software compatibility issue. Open Activity Monitor and sort by CPU on top, see what is taking up resources. Otherwise give it a few hours, I installed the security updates without issue on El Capitan. I am specifically avoiding High Sierra FWIW.

  25. Lee
    November 7, 2017

    “Down”grading my Mac mini to 10.12.6 now. Sick of pulling the HDMI cable to be able to login. Sick of black boxes over the screen, iCloud problems, general finder bugs and no WebDAVS/iOS support in Server. Apple, a MASSIVE Fail! Ill wait for 10.14 and see if that isnt complete crap

  26. Ollyoop
    November 7, 2017

    Wow, after reading the ‘mail’ of numerous reviews, I’ll be staying with Sierra on my 2017 iMac.

  27. Roland
    November 7, 2017

    I installed High sierra 10.13.1 on my iMac and now i can’t even get it to start it crash
    befor it have started
    What can i do ?

  28. Gerald Nelson
    November 14, 2017

    How can a person go back to before 10.13.1?

  29. Nick
    November 22, 2017

    Biggest mistake I ever made. After the 10.13.1 update. My MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2016) have nothing but problems. It slows it down drastically. My Dropbox won’t connect. My latest Firefox won’t load. App store won’t open. My outlook also stop working. What a nightmare. Very disappointed especially from Apple.

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