This evening’s update to what will almost certainly be the last version of Mojave, apart from security updates […]
In the next week or two, 10.14.6 should be released, the last version of Mojave, and the last macOS to run on cheesegrater Mac Pros. Where has it got us?
Was WWDC a damp squib after all? With only one new unaffordable Mac announced, and more dreadful privacy dialogs on their way, you might think so.
Apple’s latest Macs have T2 chips and SSDs which are not user-replaceable. Isn’t buying one courting with disaster?
What do we want Apple to offer in terms of new hardware, and the problems built deep into Unicode.
Apple spills some of its beans to a select group of the press, and we start to explore the new features expected in macOS 10.13.
Next year might not be as bad as it is currently. Tim Cook doesn’t reveal any details, but lays down some corporate policy.
So much for an iMac and Sierra as a working platform.
Time for new Macs on 27 October, and more. Will Apple replace the mini and Mac Pro, and what about macOS 10.12.1?
Mac users must wait until October to see if Apple is as committed to its computers as it is to its consumer products.