The macOS Mojave 10.14.4 update is another hefty one, amounting to 2.5-2.8 GB of download, which installs over […]
With apps in future set to come from the App Store or notarized by Apple, entitlements are going to be the rule not an exception.
A broken Combo updater, and total lack of release notes (even for developers) may make 10.14.3 look bad, but as development of 10.15 gathers pace, prospects are good for macOS.
The pace of change and fixing of bugs has slowed, with the smallest increment in APFS version since it was first released in Sierra. Here are the details.
More bugs in Calculator and Activity Monitor when printing, dreadful lack of documentation of AppKit, TextKit, and CoreData. No wonder Apple is struggling to sell iPhones in China.
Eighteen new apps for free download – it hasn’t been a bad year. But Apple needs to fix its App Store, as well as delivering new iMacs and the Mac Pro in 2019. And did I mention security?
What does the iCloud icon mean in the App Store? That the app has to be ‘redownloaded’. So what does it mean when every app you ever bought shows it?
Has Apple changed App Store behaviour in 10.14.2? Does it now leave updates in the cloud, or is it just broken?
Not as large as the previous update to Mojave, it still replaces a lot of apps but Apple documents almost no changes. Here’s a summary of the detail.
More work to be done before your migration is fully complete: check your workflows, key security settings, disk health, licensing, backups.