Apple provides detailed information about how to stunt your Mac’s performance to mitigate against MDS, but doesn’t mention how notarization has become mandatory, and can block extensions and apps from running.
Over 6 GB of files installed, this brings many updates to bundled apps including Safari 12.1.1, changes to iTunes, and small changes to APFS too. Here are the details.
Tucked away in the macOS Mojave 10.14.5 update is a significant change in the way that it handles […]
Before we worry about new apps to manage and play media, replacing iTunes, shouldn’t we think about the loss of 32-bit software, including QuickTime, and requirements for hardening and notarization?
Apple has just warned developers that rules on notarization will change in macOS 10.14.5. Will users be affected?
What should you do with a Mac whose fans keeping coming on full blast, with high CPU loads from kernel_task, and sluggish performance?
Apple Mobile File Integrity is a combination of a KEXT and a LaunchDaemon which check app signatures, entitlements, and provisioning profiles.
I was replying to a tweet when the display suddenly went black. Was my iMac Pro dead, or just auto-rebooting after a kernel panic, and why?
Stepping through key points in the log as Mojave 10.14 starts up. Most of the key waypoints are similar to those in High Sierra.
Adds details of the sequence of screens displayed at each stage, to help diagnose boot problems.