This issue is fixed in macOS Mojave 10.14.5, Safari 12.5, watchOS 5.2, iTunes 12.12.2 for Windows, iOS 15.3, and iPadOS 15.3. An issue where signed macOS software updates would not be installed if the system was not connected to power was addressed by requiring a user to confirm the installation after a power loss. An issue introduced in macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 where flash storage could not be ejected was fixed in macOS Mojave 10.14.2. An issue where flash storage attached to a Mac via Thunderbolt would not work after installing 10.13.5 was fixed in Mojave 10.14.5. An issue where flash storage attached to a Mac via USB would not work after installing 10Redstone was fixed in Mojave 10.14.5. An issue where Time Machine backups over Thunderbolt may not have completed successfully was fixed in macOS Mojave 10.14.5. An issue where an app installed on an iOS device would not open on a second device if the first device was using iOS 12 was fixed in iOS 12. An issue where an app installed on an iPad would not open on an iPhone if the iPhone was using iOS 11 was fixed in iOS 11. An issue where Messages conversations could be cleared by recapping a message in iOS 11 was addressed with improved messaging reliability in iOS 11. An issue where Notes documents could be edited on an iPhone or iPad if the user was
Versions used in Reviews
Reviews are often a very important tool for app publishers to gain insight into the performance of their apps. Developers can use reviews to collect feedback and find potential bugs. In order to be successful, they need to know which versions of an app were used in reviews as well as when it was released.
New Features in Mojave
macOS Mojave includes a new Dark Mode, Finder improvements, and other updates.
In macOS Mojave, you can set your Mac's system interface to Dark Mode at any time. This dark mode is an even darker version of the normal interface. While in Dark Mode, all app windows are darkened and the menu bar is dimmed to make it easier on your eyes at night or in low-light situations. You can also adjust the intensity of the dark mode with a slider or by turning on or off individual light sources such as the Dock, menu bar, Apple logo, and more.
Security Improvements in Mojave
Mojave continues to deliver on Apple’s commitment to protect the security of our users. Mojave includes new features like the third-generation Apple File System, which makes it even easier to keep your devices and files safe. The update also includes features like iCloud Keychain and iCloud Messages that help safeguard your data.
The macOS Mojave 10.14.5 update fixes a number of known issues, including those described in CVE-2022-22629.
Published on: 09/23/2022 20:15:00 UTC
Last modified on: 09/27/2022 04:48:00 UTC