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New Year’s Resolution for Apple: Can We Please Have macOS 'Sobered Up' in 2018? Keychain Crash and Others—macOS Increasingly Unstable = Unacceptable

I was up till 2 AM last night due to Apple bugs in Script Editor that kept crashing it on launch 100% of the time. I finally figured out a workaround. Then I got 3 hours sleep until waking at 5:30 to head to the airport to OWC’s facility in Woodstock, IL for iMac Pro testing.

Due to the Apple Script Editor crashes (3 different machines, all of 'em,both 10.13.2 and 10.12.6), I could not preflight a bunch of tests on the 2017 iMac 5K and none for the 2013 Mac Pro. But I found a workaround, and I got enough tests done (finally) to get a good idea of relative performance of the iMac Pro when I test it starting late today.

Please Apple, can we have a bug-fix oriented macOS release this year?

As one of so many Apple Core Rot issues, here this morning iCloud settings demanded that I login again or “certain services might be unavailable”. Below is the result: a crash with EXEC_BAD_ACCESS which means poorly tested code.

Crash with EXEC_BAD_ACCESS in macOS KeyChainSyncingOverIDSProxy

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