Browse log entries for a recent boot, examine the entries for Time Machine, and check for errors in another subsystem.
One second, the app was fine. Then it just vanished. There was nothing wrong with that app: it was murdered. Join this game of Cluedo/Clue in macOS.
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.
iOS and iPadOS apps run on M1 Macs in an environment managed by RunningBoard, FrontBoard, FuseBoard, and several assistants.
The DTKs have been returned, ending the first phase of the transition to Apple Silicon. What comes next, and what are the top three problems which Apple needs to address?
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?
iPadOS apps are written to use UIKit and features such as scenes. How can Catalyst get these to work in macOS, then?
When everything is running sweetly, macOS performance isn’t a problem. In most respects, though, 10.15 is no better prepared to cope with problems than 10.0 was almost 20 years ago.
It’s not very often that we see the birth of a whole new subsystem both in macOS and iOS, but RunningBoard is brand new with 10.15 and 13.
How this new part of macOS tracks the apps which you open, and declares when they exit “Death Sentinel fired!”