In a couple of weeks, when macOS 10.13.6 update ships, it’ll all be over for High Sierra. What should we remember it for?
Are we in for some real surprises, like tools and documentation, or just razzle-dazzle, smoke and mirrors?
A close call for Apple this week, as it only just met its own deadline to deliver a 64-bit update to Compressor. For High Sierra only, though. Where does this leave us?
Does APFS currently support hard disks, Fusion Drives, and other forms of storage beyond SSDs? The devil is in the detail.
What happens next with Apple’s new file system is a strong indicator of its commitment to the Mac as a computer platform. Copy-on-write is the issue.
A brief guide to support in High Sierra and its installer, for different types of drive, and for APFS.
More decisions about how to prepare to install the release version of High Sierra. Would it help to reformat your boot disk?
You have one iMac with a Fusion Drive, and an old MacBook Air with an SSD. Which do you upgrade to run High Sierra? Is there a good solution?
Apple warns users not to try running High Sierra from a Fusion Drive formatted in APFS, and advises beta testers how to switch back to the old file system.
Apple’s release of new iPhones and iOS 11 next week will trigger a series of events which will bring great embarrassment. Its new file system APFS is at the centre.