Not as large as the previous update to Mojave, it still replaces a lot of apps but Apple documents almost no changes. Here’s a summary of the detail.
Over 7 GB installed, Apple claims it only adds Group FaceTime, adds over 70 new emoji, and fixes a list of vulnerabilities. So what has actually changed?
Dark Mode isn’t in the least bit simple. Some “Apps that look great in Dark Mode” still dazzle with brilliant white views. But the problems are worst with websites – for the time being.
A cosmetic bug ‘smearing’ images which download slowly, by repeating the last row of the image down to its foot.
I was sceptical of Dark Mode, but have been trying it out for more than a week now. And for me, it works. But watch for the Flashlight Effect.
In Mojave, Safari 12.0 throws an error when first trying to display a local Home page. It then throws another error when it can’t load its error page.
All versions of Safari, including shiny new 12, and macOS, including Mojave, appear vulnerable to exploits in old versions of Adobe Flash Player, because XProtect hasn’t been updated.
Don’t rush to upgrade if you rely on Extensions, which might be disabled. There’s also a vulnerability in running old versions of plugins like Flash.
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