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Final Fantasy XIV For Mac Sales Suspended

07/06/2015, The thing about running OS X is that sometimes there are developers who don’t make OS X versions of their games, instead choosing to develop for PC instead. However in the case of Square Enix, they have decided to port over Final Fantasy XIV onto the...

GarageBand For OS X Update, Will Now Take Advantage Of Force Touch

07/01/2015, Back in March, Apple launched their new 12-inch Retina MacBook and updated MacBook Pros and the one thing in common that the laptops have that Apple’s older MacBook lineup does not have is the new Force Touch trackpad. The good news is that if you love...

Apple Releases OS X 10.10.4 Update With WiFi Fix

06/30/2015, Last month we reported that OS X users were experiencing issues with their WiFi. This is not a new problem but one that has been around for a while. The good news is that the fix is finally here as Apple has officially released the latest update to their...

4K 21.5-inch iMac Could Be In The Works

06/26/2015, Last year Apple unveiled the 5K Retina iMac which was a nice addition to the iMac lineup. Given that Apple also has smaller 21.5-inch iMacs, we’re sure many are wondering if the smaller iMac would be given the Retina treatment sometime in the near...

Google Working On Improving Chrome For OS X

06/12/2015, While Chrome itself might be a great browser and offers up connectivity across your Google accounts, it is no secret that it is not exactly the ideal browser when it comes to the Mac. In fact many Chrome users on OS X have complained in the past about how...

Apple Will Finally Address OS X And iOS WiFi Issues

06/10/2015, As you might have heard, in a recent beta of OS X Yosemite, Apple appears to working towards addressing the spotty WiFi issues that OS X and iOS users have been experiencing for a while now. One of the changes they have made is by dropping the use of a...

WWDC 2015: iOS 9, Apple Music, Apple TV, And More

06/03/2015, While it used to be that Apple would announce new hardware at their WWDC events, things have changed and now WWDC is more focused towards new software, services, and unveiling new tools that developers can use to help create better apps for the OS X and...

Apple Finally Address Yosemite Wifi Problem In Latest Beta

05/27/2015, If you’re using an Apple computer running on OS X Yosemite and you have not had any issue with WiFi, consider yourself lucky. There have been many complaints about WiFi connectivity issues in OS X Yosemite ever since it was released last year. In fact...

Apple Spotlight Search Will Soon Feature Tweets

04/29/2015, Apple and Twitter already work closely together when it comes to integrating the micro-blogging service with the Cupertino company’s software, and it appears that they’re going to take yet another major step to further improve this...

Security Researcher Calls Mac Security Tools “Trivial”

04/24/2015, Are Macs “safer” than Windows-based PCs? That seems to be the common belief despite the fact that there have been several times when Macs were exhibiting some severe security flaws. That being said, this isn’t to say that Apple hasn’t been trying...

OS X “Rootpipe” Security Flaw Has Yet To Be Fixed

04/21/2015, Last year security researchers discovered a security flaw in OS X which only affected those running OS X Yosemite. Apple later released an update that supposedly fixed the issue, but according to a report from Objective-See (via ZDNet), it seems that the...

Apple Seeds OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 Beta

04/16/2015, Apple recently released the OS X 10.10.3 with the new app “Photos” for Mac, and today, the company issued the primary beta build of OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite to the developers for testing purposes. It seems like that the latest build focuses on system...

OS X 10.10.3 Kernel Panics Happen Upon JPEG File Previews

04/16/2015, It was the OS X 10.10.3 update that was released in the previous week that would go under the spotlight this time around, especially when you take into consideration how in select cases, it will trigger off kernel panics whenever one decides to perform a...