Singing the praises of third-party developers who gave up their summer to work on their products to ensure they let us upgrade to Big Sur.
If you haven’t upgraded to Big Sur yet but intend doing so early, be reassured: it’s one of the smoothest for years. Full details and a few tips to help.
macOS 11.1 Big Sur brings EFI firmware updates for all supported models. This article lists the firmware versions […]
This morning, Apple has reinstated Big Sur upgrades on its software update service. However, users may still encounter […]
If you’re trying to download today’s upgrade to Big Sur, I’m afraid that Apple’s servers – Big Survers […]
Some articles to read before you try upgrading to Big Sur, or ordering a new Apple Silicon Mac. Insights and tips.
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?
Imagine for a moment two or three carefully chosen older Intel Macs bundled with a non-upgradable but maintained version of macOS Mojave.
Concentrate on Time Machine backups, scripts, secondary updates, and whether you still have to retain access to 32-bit software. Some hints.
In just three days last week, Apple released nine major products which demanded the attention of independent developers. How did that work out, then?