Because of improvements in macOS security, the Security & Privacy Preferences may open during the installation process. If it does, click "Allow" in order for the NVIDIA Graphics Driver to load, then return to the Installer and click "Restart".
(If you can't select the page's 'Accept' terms/conditions button, here's a direct download link.)
As of post time, CUDA 387.128 from Jan. 25th is still current.
Download macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 Supplemental Update for iMac Pro (591.9 MB) Update: Original D/L page dated Feb. 19th, now dated March 1st. Size was 1.53 GB.
Also note that the build number of the new iMac Pro update reportedly is 17D2103.
First iMac Pro release was said to be 17D2102, although some reported 17D2014.
(Some iMac Pro owners originally reported problems after failed installs of this update. See below. This may be why iMac Pro's download page revised.)
Some iMac Pros had major problems with macOS 10.13.3 supplemental update
(FYI info below posted before the revised download page above for iMac Pro version.)
Saw an Apple forum thread where
several iMac Pro owners reported major problems with the 10.13.3 supplemental update. One user mentioned he retried with the iMac Pro download version, without success.
Some had a Firmware Password set initially but said trying again with it disabled didn't help. A later post from a MacBook Air owner with similar problems noted an error/KP with Trusteer Rapport (security addon), but not sure if others had it installed.
Also several noted Filevault enabled and first post shows errors from Disk Utility check - same errors (with Filevault) as listed in this iMac Pro forum thread from January 4th. Page 3 of that thread has a report from "th10gt" that after a clean OS reinstall/restore from TM backup he was able to apply the Supplemental update ok. And here's another thread (Feb. 24th) from an iMac Pro owner that also had major problems after installing the update. A reply from another iMac Pro owner said he had previously disabled secure boot due to various system problems.)
MicromatMacCheck 1.0.5 update (use in-app update check)
- Fixed accidental testing of internal NTFS volumes which may cause a kernel panic.
- Minor updates to the MacCheck PDF manual.
- Other minor fixes and enhancements.
About iTunes Store availability (wording below later revised again)
"On May 25, 2018, Apple will introduce security changes that prevent Windows XP or Vista PCs and Apple TV (1st generation) from using the iTunes Store." (IIRC, Apple TV gen 1 users already reported no support with iTunes 12.7.x. Curious if it would still sync with iTunes 12.6.3 (with built-in app store) download in the article on deploying apps in a business environment with iTunes.)
macOS High Sierra may lose data on APFS-formatted disk images
How to Switch Between Mac Web Browsers
Issue: Error indicating an Aspyr game will "affect the performance of your Mac".
Questions on HDD and SSD Data Retention with inactivity/power off
Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac 16.10.0 Update
Mac Rise of the Tomb Raider 20 Year Celebration coming this spring
Teardown of Apple HomePod
How Apple Plans to Root Out Bugs, Revamp iPhone Software
Installing a Radeon Vega Frontier Edition in a 2010 Mac Pro
Security Updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader
Intel Introduces New P4510 Series SSD, up to 8TB
Samsung M.2 860 EVO 2TB SSD Review
37.5in HP Z38c 21:9 Curved Display Review (IPS, 3840x1600)
Real Life OLED Burn In Test on 6 TVs (2017 models)
Apple Support/Troubleshooting/How-To Article Updates:
- How to Use the LG UltraFine 5K Display with your Mac
- How to Use the LG UltraFine 4K Display with your Mac
- Help with video issues on external displays connected to your Mac
- What to do before you send your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch for service
- Troubleshooting an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch that won't turn on or is frozen.
- If you forgot passcode for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, or device is disabled
- How to use Low Power Mode to save battery life on your iPhone
- How to AirPlay video from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Get help using iCloud Mail
- How to reset NVRAM on your Mac
- Mac startup key combinations