Where to see them, how they’re constructed, Apple’s rules, how they are created, and how even Apple doesn’t use them according to its own rules.
Erase your M1’s internal storage in Recovery, reinstall macOS and you could see an error in which it failed ‘to personalize the software update’. That’s not easy to fix, as explained here.
Big Sur updates have far exceeded those of Mojave or Catalina, and are set to total well over 40 GB. Prospects for security updates are no better, with a high carbon footprint.
Every developer should watch the 5 videos about DocC from WWDC. But it’s really a plaintive cry for help. Until Apple squares up and addresses the problem, it can only grow worse.
Overnight, Apple has pushed an update to the data files used by XProtect, bringing its version number to […]
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.
Apple has today posted standalone updaters for its Security Updates released for Catalina and Mojave over a week […]
Apple should announce macOS 12 next week, but which Mac models will support it? Look in the firmware, not the tea-leaves for this speculative list.
Soon after Apple started delivering M1 Macs, users found that they couldn’t boot them from external disks. Six months later, this has largely been fixed. What went wrong?
Overnight, Apple has pushed two updates, to the data files used by XProtect, bringing its version number to […]