Discussion in 'Apple Software' started by The_Abyss, Sep 25, 2017.
Haven't used iTunes in ages.
I've read it's likely a problem with Apple Music specifically that I'm experiencing.
No issues for me, but I really only use it to back up
Only issue I've come across is my 3d performance dropped off a cliff since I did the update, completely killed Civ6 on a game save that was working before the update. Anyone got a fix for the 650 drivers or is rilling back to Sierra the best move?
Seems quite slow booting my mid 2013 retina MBP compared to before, but once it's booted it seem fine, no issues so far, other than that.
I updated my 2015 iMac to High Sierra last night. I don't use my iMac much so will see how it goes.
It should run great. It seems Apple is stabilising all their iOS/macOS lately and there seems to be less issues. (As it should)
I've been running High Sierra since release date, and I've had zero issues with it. Mail seems a lot more stable, and is stored in a much more compact format (less than half the size on disk, if I remember rightly).
I've had a few freezes. Audio still plays but mouse + keyboard are non responsive until I hard reboot.
Just now my screen went black and I was logged out. Logged back in and neither macOS or Chrome notified me about any crashes.
Oh dear, Apple.
A security patch has been pushed to the app store
It installed automatically on both of my Macs, I wasn't even given the option.
Updated one of my Mac Minis at the weekend ... and been having fun and games with it ever since ...
- Really irritatingly it's not picking up mouse double clicks properly in Finder so it can take multiple attempts to get into folders now ... never had this issue on the system before.
- Booting from cold and there is a 50/50 chance of wired ethernet reporting "cable unplugged" (with multiple cables and switch ports) requiring a shutdown and pulling of the power completely for a minute or so to fix.
- Feels generally slower overall (with 8GB and a SSD)
10.13.2 is out.
Combo available from here.
/edit - At over 3Gb I think that's the largest combo I've seem!
The app store patch seems to be 1.6GB on my iMac and 1.9GB on my MBP. Is it me, or is that rather large for a point update?
I wouldn't know how that compares to previous because I always download the combo.
Seems to have fixed my iMessages not syncing between my phone and my Mac, thank god, touch wood.
I’ve had so many issues due to miscommunications because they appeared on my Mac, but not my phone, so I never saw them.
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