|Apple's new OS "activation" for Touch Bar MacBook Pros|
|By Thom Holwerda on 2016-11-28 18:44:42|
I think it's safe to say the macadmin community has been hearing rumblings about the future of macOS administration. Whether it was Michael Lynn's excellent blog post, m(DM)acOS, APFS or even Sal Saghoian's position being axed, many macadmins (myself included) are worried about the future of macOS administration being a MDM only world.
What if the new TBP Macs were the first piece to this future?
An interesting technical look at what happens when one of the Touch Bar-equipped MacBook Pros can't find the embedded operating system running the Touch Bar, and what conclusions we can draw from that.
- Building the XNU kernel on Mac OS X Sierra - 2017-07-13
- Apple showcases macOS High Sierra - 2017-06-05
- Hackintoshes show that Apple should just build a Mac tower - 2017-05-01
- Darwin 0.1 and Rhapsody DR 2 booted - 2017-04-24
- More related articles