We can expect Universal Control in macOS 12.3, but when will Apple get round to fixing the severe memory leak in the Finder’s Find feature?
It’s often suggested that developing macOS on a two-year cycle, as it used to be, would result in fewer bugs or problems. What’s the evidence?
The combination of a new kernel built just 10 days earlier with a set of new graphics drivers sufficed to bring many Macs to their knees.
Apple Support has to be wonderful now because there’s hardly anywhere else to go to find out about our Macs and other Apple products.
Why has High Sierra suffered such glaring security and other bugs? Look carefully at where they have occurred, and it suggests that this isn’t just carelessness.
Automatic updates? No thanks, I need to brace myself for the next set of fresh bugs and problems.
It had never occurred to me that my solution to discovering how much paint is delivered by watercolour brushes was also an essential tool for your local dope pedlar.
The most dangerous errors are those that remain undetected for too long – so long that correction becomes tough, costly, or even impossible.