Thursday, November 1, 2018

macOS 10.14.1

Howard Oakley:

If you’re not yet convinced that Apple makes major changes to apps without any corresponding increase in version number, consider FaceTime. In Mojave 10.14, FaceTime 5.0 had no support for Group FaceTime; in 10.14.1, that support – one of Mojave’s headline features – is at last introduced, but the app version number remains unchanged. This calls into question the whole purpose of version numbers.


There have been updates to ssh, which may improve its issues over bypassing TCC’s privacy controls.

Howard Oakley:

This article lists bugs which you and I have encountered in macOS Mojave 10.14.1 itself, rather than issues in specific third-party applications and other software.

Previously: macOS 10.14 Mojave Released, Bypassing Mojave Security Protections, Group FaceTime Delayed.

Update (2018-11-06): See also: Apple.

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