How to use the new macOS file system APFS on a hackintosh

When High Sierra is being installed it converts the file system on the boot drive over to the new Apple File System (APFS). Therefore, if you plan to install High Sierra on a SSD or NVME you will be automatically converted from HFS to APFS, while those who are using spinning disk drives will remain on HFS as APFS is designed only for fast solid storage drives.  APFS can be used on a hackintosh, but it requires some files to be added to the EFI partition before  High Sierra is installed to boot. Do I have to use APFS? Since APFS … Continue reading How to use the new macOS file system APFS on a hackintosh