Tuesday, January 24, 2023

macOS 13.2

Juli Clover (release notes, security, enterprise, developer, full installer, IPSW):

The update adds Security Keys for the Apple ID, allowing for physical two-factor authentication, which offers more protection against phishing and unauthorized account access. The update also rolls out Advanced Data Protection for iCloud to all users globally.

See also: Howard Oakley.

Matthias Gansrigler:

macOS 13.2 (22D49) seems to have finally fixed the [widget configuration] issue – although it did take an initial

killall Notification\ Centre

to kickstart the widgets after adding and configuring them. But after that, it seems to work reliably.

Matthias Gansrigler:

But: on my Mac, Spotlight can’t find any apps anymore.


Update (2023-01-25): Sean Heber:

I just upgraded to macOS 13.2 and now I see this in the Privacy & Security prefs? Uhh.. okay, I guess? I mean… did I have a choice?


I clicked Allow because I’m a crazy person and it asked for my password and then updated an unnamed system extension and rebooted…

So… uh…. wtf did I just do?!

Update (2023-01-27): Francisco Tolmasky:

Why is my Mac doing all this annoying shit? Oh, right, since I rebooted to install macOS 13.2 it “helpfully” turned Bluetooth back on. Sigh.


Update (2023-02-03): Joe Rossignol:

The latest version of macOS Ventura breaks compatibility with Pioneer's lineup of USB-connected CD/DVD/Blu-ray drives for the Mac.

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