Better colour scheme for text in its log window, some other minor fixes, and now runs native on both Intel and Apple Silicon Macs.
Fixes a minor bug, and is a Universal App which runs natively on Intel and Apple Silicon Mac from Sierra to Big Sur beta 3.
Fixes a minor bug and now runs native on all Macs from Sierra to Big Sur beta 3 – including Apple Silicon.
Look forward to Universal Apps, which will show how well Apple Silicon Macs perform. There’s a lot of history buried in them too.
Fixes some minor bugs, and now runs natively on all Macs, including Apple Silicon, from El Capitan to Big Sur.
Runs on all versions of macOS from El Capitan to Big Sur beta 3, and natively on all Apple Macs, including Apple Silicon.
Can you strip all Intel executables from a Universal App to make it even smaller? What benefits might there be in building an app for Big Sur only?
Will stripping executable code for an unwanted platform stop an app from working? What savings are to be gained?
No longer relies on the tool lipo, but inspects Universal Binary information, which is quicker. A Universal App.
Time Machine has been using snapshots since High Sierra. How can it then use them to make backups to APFS volumes in Big Sur?