If you want to be able to run versions of Big Sur on your M1 Mac after upgrading to Monterey, now’s the time to start preparing.
Those who are cautious and like to wait before updating are in a quandary: it is better to risk updating now, or your Mac falling victim to malware?
If you use the Installer app the wrong way, it will open an ad-hoc signed package and quietly install apps which don’t get checked by Gatekeeper.
Apple released macOS Big Sur 11.1 on 14 December. Although yesterday it finally posted standalone installers for the […]
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Whether it’s a full macOS update, or a small Security Update, it can go wrong. Here’s a systematic guide to the solutions you can try to restore normal function.
Looking at what’s involved in updating Big Sur’s new Sealed System Volume shows what’s necessary for successful cloning.
in a Ghost Train or Dark Ride, one minute everything’s gone black, then all hell breaks loose. Just like a T2 Mac installing a macOS update.
Follow Apple’s instructions for a clean re-install, and you’ll probably hit an error, and be left floundering in Recovery mode with an unbootable system.
Safe mode, installing the Combo updater, re-installing macOS, and other potential solutions to get that update working properly.