As Apple silently drops Mojave’s support, it releases a security update to iOS 12, which was originally released a week before Mojave. And its entire AirPort range also seems unsupported now.
Apple’s release season opens on Tuesday. But what’s happening with Monterey – is it going to be complete and ready, or full of beta-features?
From LaunchServices and an initial security check by MIS, to FuseBoard and FrontBoard handling the app’s scenes, all you need to know about how an M1 Mac runs iOS apps.
The M1’s honeymoon is over. Speed is great, but users are asking what else the M1 offers. Catalyst and the M1 iPad Pro could prove crucial to the answers.
iOS and iPadOS apps run on M1 Macs in an environment managed by RunningBoard, FrontBoard, FuseBoard, and several assistants.
App translocation was introduced to stop malicious software exploiting relative file paths. So how come every time an iOS/iPadOS app is run, it’s translocated?
An important feature for many iOS users, this has now appeared in macOS, despite not apparently being exposed to the user. Here’s what I know.
When I’ve finished using an app, I usually quit it, only to open it again later. Can macOS manage apps any better than I can, or is it just becoming more like iOS?
There’s a reliable and accurate index for the heat which can’t be measured by iPhones or Macs, and isn’t understood by many anyway.
Even the ‘successful’ contact tracing apps have fallen well below expectations, and incapable of discovering their effectiveness.