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.
Don’t just throw it in a box and send it off: what happens if its internal storage is replaced or wiped? What about protecting sensitive files? Does a T2 chip make this difficult?
Some Macs start running the Mojave upgrade like it’s molasses or treacle: starting an app takes a minute or more, and other function grind to a halt. Here’s why, and what you should do.
Over the last year, I have come across many Macs which have been left with serious vulnerabilities. Here are four common ones, and how to put them right.
New MacBook Pro models (2018) with a Touch Bar incorporate the same T2 chip which is built into […]
Has someone hacked into your encrypted drive already, or is this another security vulnerability in High Sierra?
Can you trust High Sierra’s new encryption features, now that it’s known they can reveal your password?
The High Sierra upgrade did not go well for many users. Here are some of the reasons why macOS 10.13 is currently a lemon.
How FileVault encryption failed, apparently damaging an SSD with less than 250 hours use. And what I did to fix it.
You suddenly can’t remember your password, or your Mac won’t accept what you think is your password. What do you do next?