Apple now states that APFS will handle the problems of normalisation of file and folder names. At least in iOS 10.3.3 and macOS 10.12.6, due shortly.
The current macOS implementation of preferences is appalling design in every respect, and is essentially undocumented even for developers. Is this the way that macOS is heading?
Apple is making adjustments to its new APFS file system for iOS. Will that bring similar improvements in compatibility to High Sierra?
How FileVault encryption failed, apparently damaging an SSD with less than 250 hours use. And what I did to fix it.
How to encrypt your hard disk without tears, using macOS FileVault. Includes addressing problems.
Did Apple secretly alpha-test file system conversion in the iOS 10.0, 10.1, and 10.2 updates – without informing users or letting them opt-out of testing?
One of the major ‘new’ features in the new file system coming in High Sierra. But how does it help the Mac user?
On laptops, Time Machine’s ‘local snapshots’ have been of limited use. In High Sierra, this all changes, and for laptop users should be a strong reason for upgrading.
In recent years, most Mac users have stopped partitioning drives into volumes. In High Sierra, you will probably want to use volumes again. Lots.
Apple keeps its promise with High Sierra and new Macs, but is less helpful in the log, and courts danger in AI.