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.
Just when did the App Store install that update? A quick look at how to get date calculation wrong, and why you should only put Marzipan on a cake that’s been properly baked.
What may be a robust strategy for security in macOS 10.15 might leave many users of older versions stranded. This needs discussion.
Surely you don’t mean the Trend Micro? The cybersecurity experts? No – it must be a fake site. But is it?
The Mac App Store has been selling (or giving) us spyware. How can Apple ever live this down?
Which version of macOS are you intending to be running at the end of this month? Should you upgrade to Mojave either when it is released, or soon afterwards?