Updated Also improves the controls for driving vehicles, and allows for turning off double-tap to dodge.
Promises to banish the grainy visuals (and ghosting) encountered with one particular graphics setting.
Testing with Intel’s Tiger Lake mobile CPUs appears to usher in a worst-case scenario, but there are caveats.
That’s it for the all-in-one – although there are still some refurbished models being sold by Apple if you move quickly.
Rosetta 2 tech – which runs apps written for Intel-based Macs – might be disabled in certain regions.
The survival sequel will grace current and last-gen Microsoft and Sony consoles, as well as Nintendo Switch (in a nifty bundle).
The small number of those hit by the purported problem could have the longevity of their Mac compromised.