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.
Three bugs may have been fixed in 10.14.3: About This Mac’s Storage bar (at last), App Store glitches showing apps need to be redownloaded, and some black on grey text.
There are still many outstanding from 10.14, and one going back many years.
A new version of Mojave brings some fixes, and introduces some new bugs. Here a few for starters. I’ll add more as we discover them.
Mojave’s first full release is looking relatively free of bugs so far. This list is updated as and when new information arrives.
Once a new MacBook Pro was updated to 10.13.4, it started to hammer Continuity connections to the iMac (10.12.6), which has AirPort turned off. This blew Bluetooth apart. Log extracts and more info.
Why has High Sierra suffered such glaring security and other bugs? Look carefully at where they have occurred, and it suggests that this isn’t just carelessness.
Should fix a bug in which T2M2 reports an error message rather than completing an analysis of Time Machine backups.
Can you trust High Sierra’s new encryption features, now that it’s known they can reveal your password?
It looks much the same as Sierra. Looking at High Sierra’s logs, though, shows that there are significant internal changes. Here’s a first glimpse at SkyLight, APFS and dasd at work.