It was simply over per week in the past that Apple launched Macos 10.14.6, however the firm has already pushed out a Supplemental Replace. Launched in the present day, the replace fixes a heretofore not-widely-known difficulty involving sleep mode on Macs.
It appears a minimum of some Macs have didn’t get up after going into sleep mode. The replace does not appear to vary a lot else. Apple’s full notes are as follows:
The macOS Mojave 10.14.6 Supplemental Replace fixes a problem which will stop sure Macs from waking from sleep correctly.
Whereas this bug didn’t appeal to widespread press or group consideration, boards like MacRumors have seen some posts from customers claiming they’ve had this difficulty and are hopeful this replace will repair it.
Sometimes, when Apple releases an OS replace, it updates its safety web page with particulars about safety modifications and fixes that it chooses to reveal. However there is not any entry for that in the present day—the one entry on the safety replace tracker for in the present day is for iCloud for Home windows 10.6.1. However even that “has no revealed CVE entries.”
macOS 10.14.6 launched alongside iOS 12.four on July 22. It added a plethora of Apple Information+ options and glued quite a lot of bugs, together with a problem with Boot Camp on Fusion Drives, black screens on the Mac mini, graphics issues that occurred after waking some Macs from sleep, and “a problem which will trigger a hold throughout a restart.”
Judging from previous Apple launch schedules, we’re unlikely to see any extra main updates to macOS earlier than the latest annual launch, macOS 10.15 Catalina, rolls out later this yr. Catalina’s flagship function is the power to run apps initially developed for the iPad, with solely comparatively minor tweaks required by app builders in some circumstances. It can additionally break iTunes up into a number of apps like Music, Podcasts, and TV.
Catalina is predicted to launch on each new and outdated Macs this fall.