06/26/2013, As it stands, Microsoft’s Windows operating system is very obviously a lot more common and popular compared to Apple’s OS X. The same cannot be said for Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform which pales in comparison to Apple’s iOS in terms of market share, and according to an analyst’s report, it has been predicted that it is possible within the next few years that the combined usage of Apple’s OS X […]
06/11/2013, Just yesterday Apple took the wraps off their latest Mac operating system, OS X 10.9 Mavericks. Unfortunately what the Cupertino company failed to do is announce which Mac computers would be compatible with their latest operating system. Well according to the folks at Apple Insider, they have received word from developers who have had access to the Mavericks Developer Preview and according to them, basically Mac users who were able […]
06/09/2013, We take a detailed look in to what WWDC 2013 announcements might bring us. Apple is expected to unveil iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 tomorrow. iRadio launch is on the cards as well. New MacBook laptops and Mac Pro unveil possible too.
05/22/2013, Twitter for Mac update has been release today.This update finally bring integration of this app with OS X Notification Center.
05/21/2013, The beta of Chrome app launcher for Mac OS X has been released. It presents an easy way to launch Chrome web apps from the desktop.
05/21/2013, An 802.11ac next generation Wi-Fi card allegedly slated for new 2013 Macbook lineup has popped up online. 802.11ac is the new Wi-Fi standard, enabling speeds of up to 1.3Gbps.
05/14/2013, Are you an iWork user? If you are, chances are you might be a bit annoyed that Apple’s iWork apps have yet to receive a major update since 2009, which we have to say is pretty darn long! The iWork suite has been updated for iOS, but OS X users are still waiting and there has yet to be a Retina version of Apple’s productivity suite, but all that could […]
04/29/2013, There is no point resting on your laurels unless you want your rivals to step all over your head, right? This is the very reason as to why Apple is working hard to deliver the next version of OS X, which would be version 10.9. 9to5Mac claims that Mac OS X 10.9 will come with an improved multi-monitor experience, something that has been a long time in coming, where users […]
04/25/2013, Every year Apple organizes the Worldwide Developers Conference, it brings together developers from all around the world, and showcases the improvements it has made in iOS and OS X software. Tickets for the conference are not exactly cheap, $1,599 a pop to be precise, but every year when the tickets go on sale, they quickly sell out. This year is no different, with WWDC 2013 tickets selling out in under […]
04/24/2013, Today Apple officially announced that its biggest conference of the year, Worldwide Developers Conference, will kick off on June 10 in San Francisco. It will last four days, ending on the 14th of June. At the conference Apple will be unveiling its next iOS and OS X platform updates, and it is rumored that we might be treated to some hardware announcements as well. Keep up with tradition, this year […]
04/24/2013, We’re about two months away from summer’s official start, which means not only will we be able to wear our no-longer fashionable jean shorts out in public, but it also means Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, will soon be upon us. Apple has made the official announcement as their biggest conference of the year will take place in San Francisco from June 10 – 14. Apple promises this year’s […]
04/10/2013, There is plenty that can be gleaned from the code of an operating system or program, assuming you know on where are the right places to look for. Well, it seems that code in the most recent 10.8.4 beta version of Mountain Lion did point towards the very real possibility of OS X support for 802.11ac WiFi. Just what the heck does that mean? In plain English, next generation Macs […]
03/20/2013, When the concept of the original iPad was being knocked around a number of years ago, many people hoped it would end up being a tablet with OSX installed on it. Ultimately, Apple used its iOS platform for its iPads, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for a stripped-down tablet considering you can spend $3,500 to get the MacBook Pro in tablet form. The Modbook Pro brings Mac […]
03/14/2013, It has been a long time in coming, and once again, just to prove the fact that good things come to those who wait, Apple has managed to reveal a new operating system update for their OS X platform in the form of the 10.8.3 update, delivering Boot Camp support at long last for the Windows 8 platform from Microsoft. Of course, other than Windows 8 support in Boot Camp, […]