In the past I was able to use iOS devices as USB drives.
You appear to be mistaken. This has never been possible without third-party software and/or jailbreaking.
It was possible to use older iPods in "disk mode" as storage devices. However, this feature was never available for the iPod Touch, nor for any version of the iPhone.
Some iOS applications ...
AFAIR there never was an official way to access data on an iPhone/iPad from macOS through Finder. It may be possible with a jailbroken device, but that's for somebody else to provide an answer on that.
There are various other ways to transfer data between iOS and macOS though:
use iCloud drive on both and store documents there
AirDrop (which, if it works, ...
I see from your panic report that this is a mid-2010 15" MacBook Pro. Unfortunately, this model was prone to having problems with its dedicated graphics card and while Apple did have an extended repair program for this model, that extra coverage has now ended.
However, there are a few things you can do to minimise the problem.
Many users ...
The MACOS Calendar.app's workflow is a bit counterintuitive.
You would think that it would add at least a default type of notification (called "alert" in MACOS calendar.app )
for each event... it does not however. You have to pick and choose yourself.
Here is a quick example:
I had added one default alert, and
I am showing adding a Custom alert in ...
I have a calendar for tentative events and I move them there / make that my default calendar.
Once I accept the meeting, I recategorize it according to my other colors / must attend / optional / travel / etc...
It’s not automatic, but it works to get things color coded.
Had the same issue on MBP 15" 2013 since upgrading to Mojave: macbook restarts each time if left to sleep on battery power (no issues when connected to the grid), Apple support silent. Caught exact error message upon reboot:
Sleep transition timed out after 180 seconds while creating hibernation file or while calling rootDomain's clients about upcoming ...
I would have commented on Peku2455's answer, but I don't have 50 rep. So here is the solution, based on Peku's answer (which is missing the -o switch to fix overallocation)
In Terminal in Recovery Mode (press Command+R while booting, select Utilities -> Terminal):
diskutil unmountDisk /dev/disk0
fsck_apfs -oy /dev/disk0
While this is not a final solution, I have found an interesting behaviour that may lead to a real solution if someone can figure out how terminal is doing this.
Using macOS 10.14.6, Terminal 2.9.5 (421.2), I get much the same results as all of the above except, if I am in mc [midnight-commander: stable 4.8.22 (bottled)] the window list shows entries like ...