Some of the most attractive features of the next major version of macOS won’t be available to all models which can run Monterey. Here’s the fine print.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 102. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Come […]
First in a series helping you write ARM64 assembly language for M1 Macs. Provides an app within which you can call assembly routines.
Recovery on an M1 Mac runs from its own container, which should improve its robustness. It has one simple entry point, and offers a full range of facilities in an integrated environment. It’s a big step forward.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Come across and […]
One command, bless, used to do it all, copying boot.efi to the right place and declaring the volume bootable in its header. Where are we with Big Sur and M1 Macs?
Whether it’s a beta of macOS 12, 11.5, or even a release upgrade, installing it is a risk. Here’s how to mitigate disaster by rolling back to a previous release.
How your M1 Mac starts up in the Recovery mode of your choice, or when it decides you need to take a trip to Recovery to fix an issue.
Apple has today posted standalone updaters for its Security Updates released for Catalina and Mojave over a week […]
macOS 11.4 brought major changes to the way M1 Macs handle external bootable disks. This explains how this works during the boot process.