It’s also engineered with encryption as a primary feature, and even supports features like snapshots so restoring files on a Mac or even an i OS device might get a lot easier in the future.As APFS is designed to be low latency, this should also improve read and write speeds on i OS or Mac devices.If you wish to do a fresh install of Fink on a 10.3 system, we recommend bootstrapping from source, starting from fink-full-0.6.1gz available on fink's sourceforge download page. Also note that once you have Fink version 0.15.0 or higher, you do not need to install system-xfree86 anymore.Fink is capable of automatically determining your system-xfree86 version if you don't already have any fink x11 packages installed.If that sounds like a lot of work, you can get a Mac cleaner like Clean My Mac for the job.That will give your Mac a basic system cleanup, but Clean My Mac is going to come in handy after the update as well.The new OS X 10.12, or rather mac OS upgrade is at the door and it’s full of amazing features you’ll probably want on your Mac right away.
Both source users and binary users can upgrade; however, at present the binary version is much more stable and reliable than the source version.
Running "fink selfupdate" should perform the upgrade for you.
The latest version of the fink package manager will automatically detect which version of OS X and which version of gcc you have installed, and will adjust itself accordingly.
As i OS updates go, i OS 10.3 seems to be pretty bug-free.
But there is one thing that a lot of users are complaining about, and that's how long it takes to install.
Then, there’s Watch unlocking for Mac, there’s one-click Apple Pay, tabs in apps, and cross-device copypasting. So, if you were on the fence about upgrading to Sierra, our advice is yes, do upgrade. If you’re running an OS version like Lion (OS X 10.7), you’re looking into a lot of upgrading before getting Sierra.