Je hebt helemaal gelijk. De initiële APFS restricties die ik noemde zijn met de 10.13 beta opgeheven.
[quote]APFS was previously restricted to non-boot devices. With High Sierra, that limitation has been lifted.
- If you’ve got an older Mac with only a hard drive, it won’t be converted by default. Additionally, some iMacs with 3TB Fusion drives and BootCamp may be “unsupported,” according to Apple’s release notes.
- As for now, Time Machine will not be working. Something that may be resolved in future beta releases.
- Also, if you have a 2012 Mac Pro, you’re out of luck for now. Apple notes that it will be included in an upcoming seed. AppleInsider will test with the 2012 Mac Pro when support is added.
- If you’ve formatted a storage volume for APFS, it will only mount on Sierra and High Sierra systems. Older versions of macOS and all versions of Windows won’t be able to read the drives.
- There are some other sundry software bugs associated with APFS. Third-party utilities that hit the file system hard need to be updated with Carbon Copy Cloner already supporting the file system in its own beta. Microsoft Outlook won’t load message bodies from an APFS volume —but that’s up to Microsoft to fix.
As a reminder, High Sierra, and all it encompasses,is in beta. Hammering out these bugs is why Apple runs these tests.
That all said, APFS has been in the works for several years, and available to macOS testers for data drives since the 2016 WWDC —so this isn’t technically a new product. Apple seamlessly migrated the iOS user base to it in iOS 10.3, so we’re confident that this will go smooth when it ships in the fall.[/quote]
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