Recovering from one regular panic should be straightforward. But what if it’s a boot loop, in which your Mac tries to start up, panics, restarts, in an endless loop? Don’t panic: here are the solutions.
The cores in the M1 and the chip itself are thoroughly Apple designs, and work hand-in-glove with macOS using techniques like out-of-order execution and hints to optimise performance.
On Intel Macs, resetting the SMC was a universal panacea until the T2 came along. What can we do instead with an M1 Mac?
Complete step-by-step instructions for installing a new copy of macOS to an external disk, making it bootable. For Intel and M1 Macs of all flavours.
Why would you want to go to the lengths of erasing your startup disk and installing a macOS upgrade clean? Here’s why, and how to do it.
More cores are great for running more processes, but how can you make individual operations within a process faster? SIMD is one solution.
Benchmarking 32-bit Float vector dot-product calculations using Swift, NEON assembly, and Apple’s SIMD libraries, on Intel and M1 Macs.
What do you need to do before selling or giving away your Mac to someone else? Here’s a summary, covering all from Intel to M1 models.
WWDC this year again featured a session on notarization. Here’s a summary of its status in Big Sur, and details of what’s next.
What would happen to a Mac’s firmware if you installed Monterey beta to its internal or external disk? Could that be reversed?