Thursday, October 26, 2023

macOS 14.1

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

With macOS Sonoma 14.1, Apple has added a new warranty section that lets you see the AppleCare+ status of your Mac and connected AirPods, plus there are now options to favorite songs, albums, and playlists in the Apple Music app.

See also: Mr. Macintosh and Howard Oakley.

Apple (via Rosyna Keller):

Starting in macOS Sonoma 14.1, cameras and video output devices that don’t use modern system extensions won’t be available to use unless you restore the legacy settings.


Update (2023-11-22): Howard Oakley:

This article explains what has happened, and what you can do to retain use of your camera.

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One unmentioned update that many owners of the Dell U3224KB are reporting over at the MacRumors forums: 14.1 fixes Apple's DSC implementation so that it fully works with this monitor over Thunderbolt. Up until now, owners had to sacrifice something (like downgrading the resolution to "just" 6016x3384, like Apple's Pro Display XDR, or using 8-bit color, or connecting via HDMI); now the monitor can finally run at its best. I'm about to buy one myself, so this is more than welcome to me.

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