A number of security issues have cropped up in recent weeks involving Mac OS X 10.10.4, which includes a series of bugs that have caused a major outage in a number of major tech companies and caused a global software outage.
The company has been forced to issue a software update for the Macs, which is only available through Apple’s website.
However, that update is only rolling out to a limited number of users, and some users who’ve had their Macs updated are still seeing the issue.
The affected users are reported to be in the United States and the United Kingdom, with several other countries including India and Australia also reporting that they have had their systems shut down.
The software update, known as 10.9.5.2, is designed to fix a bug that caused the Mac to stop working after installing a new application.
That bug was not fixed by the company in the update, but instead caused the system to freeze.
That issue is particularly troublesome for users who have used Macs for years, as the bug causes the system “to freeze when it tries to load a new app,” according to AppleInsider.
The issues are not limited to the Mac, however.
A handful of other companies have reported similar issues, and a number are now reporting the same issue.
Macs are also reported to not be working as expected, according to a list of known issues shared by AppleInsiders.
In addition to freezing the system, some Macs reported issues with the display being off, which caused them to experience issues with their displays and sometimes even cause the display to flicker.
“You may experience flickering on the display after installing an app that is not in the Finder or Applications,” AppleInsides reports.
“Some apps may be incompatible or unresponsive while you’re working on the Mac.
In addition, some applications may display a blank screen when you open them.
If you experience any of these issues, restart your Mac.
If you’re still experiencing the issues after this update, you can restart your computer by holding down the “Alt” key while pressing the Option key and then the “Restart” key.
You can then see if you can fix the issue by restarting your Mac by holding the “Mac” key and pressing the “Option” key at the same time.
You should see the error message that reads “System stopped responding.”
AppleInsulators notes that some users are reporting that the issue is caused by an “unknown bug” that can’t be fixed by “uninstalling” applications, and that other users have experienced the same problem.
In the meantime, those users who are still experiencing issues with Apple’s operating system can use an update from Apple to resolve the problem.
If that update doesn’t fix the problem, users can still download the latest software update from the Mac App Store or download the free Mac update from MacRumors.com.
AppleInsider reached out to Apple for comment, and did not receive a response as of press time.