After iOS 10.2.1 (read: iOS 10.2.1 available on iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch), Apple released the final version of its operating system last night macOS Sierra 10.12.3 for the general public. It comes with several beta versions offered to developers. In the changelog shared by the Cupertino company, we learn that macOS 10.12.3 improves the automatic swapping of graphics for the 15-inch MacBook Pro from October 2016.
The update also fixes graphics issues when encoding Adobe Premiere Pro projects via the Touch Bar (13 and 15 inches, October 2016), and fixes an issue preventing scanning of scanned PDFs in Overview.
Additionally, this upgrade improves the stability and security of your Mac generally. You can now download macOS 10.12.3 Sierra from the tab Updates from the Mac App Store if your machine is compatible. If you have discovered other innovations or changes, do not hesitate to share them in the comments.