Whether it’s a full macOS update, or a small Security Update, it can go wrong. Here’s a systematic guide to the solutions you can try to restore normal function.
One was just a bit wonky, the other has made a mess of many who installed the update. So what went wrong?
Imagine for a moment two or three carefully chosen older Intel Macs bundled with a non-upgradable but maintained version of macOS Mojave.
Following a survey of 37 iMac17,1 systems, there’s no evidence problems are caused by hardware. It’s most likely to be a bug in the firmware installer.
Today’s update to bring macOS Catalina to version 10.15.7 came as something of a surprise, particularly as all […]
Apple has just released a surprise update to macOS 10.15 Catalina, bringing it to version 10.15.7. At around […]
This new version helps iMac17,1 owners discover the logic board ID, to help investigate their problems updating firmware.
Many of this model have been unable to update to newer firmware versions. An appeal for users to report their firmware version and logic board ID.
One new tool to list capacities on mounted volumes, the other to deliver detailed information on keychains.
In just three days last week, Apple released nine major products which demanded the attention of independent developers. How did that work out, then?