On my mac I've recently updated to the latest macOS version 10.13.5 and have installed Xcode 10 (beta 1). For my iPhone X there is an update available to 11.4 but i didn't install that yet. Now there is this weird pop up on my mac that keeps appearing, that I have never seen before:
When the alert window is focused the menu in to top left corner of my screen doesn't change. So i can't tell from which application it's coming from, so I assume it's a system alert.
But the font size of the description is 12. Standard is 13. That popup doesn't look safe to me because of that and also the description is not really specific. I have 5 iOS devices connected.
I will update on my iPhone X directly and see if this popup still appears.
I've updated my iPhone X to iOS 11.4 but the pop up still appears.
I've found out that the popup is coming from a process called
I've installed all updates to all my devices and the popup still appears.
I've sampled the process and it seems that it is an apple process.
Sampling process 14573 for 3 seconds with 1 millisecond of run time between samples Sampling completed, processing symbols... Analysis of sampling MobileDeviceUpdater (pid 14573) every 1 millisecond Process: MobileDeviceUpdater  Path: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/MobileDevice.framework/Resources/MobileDeviceUpdater.app/Contents/MacOS/MobileDeviceUpdater Load Address: 0x10d689000 Identifier: com.apple.MobileDeviceUpdater Version: 1.0 (1) Build Info: MobileDeviceUpdater-988200034100003~2 Code Type: X86-64 Parent Process: ???  Date/Time: 2018-06-08 14:45:55.105 +0200 Launch Time: 2018-06-08 13:28:48.013 +0200 OS Version: Mac OS X 10.13.5 (17F77) Report Version: 7 Analysis Tool: /usr/bin/sample Physical footprint: 15.4M Physical footprint (peak): 16.1M ...
I didn't include the
Call graph and the
The binary is located at:
I've hit the Install button and it tried to download one item but wasn't able to.
There is still nothing to update. The popup keeps appearing and fails every time I hit the Install button ...