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Apple’s Rapid Security Response Update for Mac has many bugs!

While Apple releases periodic software updates, however, it has also started releasing Rapid Security Response in between these updates. These are important security improvements that are required to fix critical bugs and issues that need immediate attention and can’t be left unaddressed until the next software update is released.

In this regard, the Cupertino giant has recently rolled out one such update for its iPhones and Mac, but the latter one seems to have been adversely impacted by it.

Apple’s Rapid Security Response Update has many bugs!

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Numerous users have reported that many features on their Mac are filled wit bugs or no longer working along the expected lines after installing the latest Rapid Security Response Update released by Apple. Some of the bugs that we came across included the sudden disconnection and reconnection of SSD, Spaces and Workspaces not working correctly, and the most infuriating among them all- the keyboard and mouse working only under selective circumstances.

So if the Mac went into the screensaver mode, then there was no way to bring up the password entering prompt as their PC wouldn’t register any key press or mouse clicks. So is there a way to rectify these issues? Well, there is one, though it comes at a cost. Anyways, let’s still make you aware of the same. Follow along.

How to Fix Apple’s Rapid Security Response Update Issues

Your only bet is to remove the newly installed Rapid Security Response from your Mac. However, this ‘might’ then make your Mac more prone to security attacks out there in the wild. With that said, if you still want to take this further, then here’s you could get this job done:

  1. Head over to System Settings > General > About.
  2. Then click the (i) next to the version number.

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  3. Now click Remove and wait for the process to complete.
  4. Once done, restart your Mac for the changes to take place.

That’s it. As of now, this is your best bet to fix the bugs and issues that arose after installing the latest Apple Rapid Security Response updates on Mac. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.