With Big Sur 11.6 reaching the end of the year’s cycle, it’s time to take stock of just how much we had to download to keep it up to date.
Today’s update to take Big Sur from 11.5.2 to 11.6 isn’t as extensive as you’d expect for a […]
Apple’s release season opens on Tuesday. But what’s happening with Monterey – is it going to be complete and ready, or full of beta-features?
From Apple’s basic Backup to your iDisk, through the first version of Time Machine in 2007, to Time Machine to APFS in Big Sur.
Asymmetric Multiprocessing (AMP) can bring great economy in power and heat production. So why don’t we make better use of it on M1 Macs?
Apple has just pushed an update to its malware removal tool MRT, bringing it to version 1.83, dated […]
The cores in the M1 and the chip itself are thoroughly Apple designs, and work hand-in-glove with macOS using techniques like out-of-order execution and hints to optimise performance.
On Intel Macs, resetting the SMC was a universal panacea until the T2 came along. What can we do instead with an M1 Mac?
Memory, support for multiple external displays, bootable external disks, macOS updates, kernel panics, more ports, and more choice of macOS to install are on my list.
Apple has just pushed two updates, to the data files used by XProtect, bringing its version number to […]