With only sketchy documentation and no open source release, how complete are the tools to support APFS? Are they still “work in progress”?
What do we want? Time Machine backing up to APFS storage. When do we want it? Well, not quite yet.
What’s the minimum size of a container, or a volume, in APFS? The answer can range from 1.05 MB up to 167.8 MB, it appears.
Getting strange errors when trying to copy an RTFD package? Try looking inside it, to see if it has developed recursive structure, like Russian dolls.
Want one external drive from which you can boot two (or more) different versions of macOS? Here’s how to make it.
Coming up to its 12th birthday, Time Machine backups have changed a great deal, but still rely on a feature almost unique to HFS+. What is their future?
Was WWDC a damp squib after all? With only one new unaffordable Mac announced, and more dreadful privacy dialogs on their way, you might think so.
Over 6 GB of files installed, this brings many updates to bundled apps including Safari 12.1.1, changes to iTunes, and small changes to APFS too. Here are the details.
An ingenious idea to save storage space: leave out empty areas in large files – make them sparse. Do they exist in APFS as claimed?
Why measuring free and used disk space is not so simple in APFS, and which estimates you should trust.