During the months from June to September the company will issue beta versions of the next version of the operating system software.
Some people will be able to test the beta out on their Macs.
Software update notifications are meant to be a reminder to keep your operating system and apps up to date, but that doesn't mean that they never get annoying.
I get a notification telling me to update every day.
I'm using a Macbook Air (13-inch, Mid 2012) Here's a photo that might help? Try downloading the 10.7.5 Combo Updater from here - support.apple.com/kb/DL1582I'm afraid there is no "at least" with Apple OS updates - there is 10.7.5 or 10.11.0.
I'm not an expert when it comes to computers so maybe I'm doing something wrong but if anyone could help it'd be greatly appreciated! The updates haven't been called ' Mac OS X Update' for quite some time, so I'm guessing you are trying to install 10.7.5.
This is handy for those of you who wish to facilitate clean installs of mac OS Sierra.
Watch our video below to see how, and read the full tutorial here.
When an update notification appears, simply click on "Later," then on "Remind Me Tomorrow" to get rid of it.
Unfortunately, the notification will appear the next day (and the day after that), so this is only a temporary fix to your problem.
Use this method if you plan to update, but just don't want to at the moment.