We generally advice that the majority of users would be best served by updating to the latest version of OS X. However, not all users are thrilled with Mavericks, for whatever reason. For those who fall in that category, here’s our guide to downgrading from Mavericks back to Mountain Lion!
Articles by J. Glenn Künzler
Apple’s iOS devices grabbed the lion’s share of online shopping and sales during Christmas shopping season 2013, grabbing over 83% of mobile-based sales during the season.
Following reports that Apple has officially begun shipping the first orders of their new 2013 MacBook Pro, which were supposed to arrive by the 30th of December, MacRumors reports that some customers have already begun receiving their orders ahead of schedule – just in time to play with it for Christmas!
Following the release of the Evad3rs’ release of the first untethered iOS 7 jailbreak, Jay Freeman, creator of jailbreak App Store Cydia, has put in some excellent work, and has released an updated version of Cydia with a new look and feel designed with iOS 7 in mind.
While many initially worried how upgradable Apple’s new 2013 Mac Pro would be when they first announced it on stage back in June, it turns out that both the RAM and the built-in SSD are actually fully user upgradeable and replaceable. This is essential for many professionals who keep their machine for years and enjoy customizing it.
According to reports from across the web and Twitter (via MacRumors, 9to5Mac, and a host of reader reports), early Mac Pro orders have now begun shipping. Customers’ cards have now been charged for early orders, and the first Mac Pros are set to arrive by December 30th.
Wanna know how Santa’s coming along with all those gifts tonight? Here are a few ways that how you can use your Mac, iPhone, or iPad (and other platforms, of course) to keep track of the big guy tonight!
Apple has posted videos and slides from its iOS 7 Tech Talks conferences. The talks recently ended their tour in London, following a two-month, six-city tour.
Alongside previous announcements regarding the App Store and iTunes Stores’ best content of the year, Apple has also announced their top-selling iBooks offerings for the entire year – featuring titles spanning all genres, and for all ages!
Now that the new untethered iOS 7 jaiulbreak is live, and out there in the world, some of you might be wondering how to use it on your devices. Fortunately, it’s extremely simple – and Tom Richardson has put together a handy video tutorial to show you exactly how it is done!
The moment many iOS 7 users have been waiting 4 has finally arrived. In a surprise announcement on Sunday (and just in time for the holidays), the Evasion team has released the first untethered jailbreak for iOS 7. The update is compatible with any and all iOS devices running iOS 7 firmwares up to 7.0.4.
Apple and China Mobile have officially announced that the iPhone 5s and 5c will be available in both the carrier’s stores and Apple’s retail stores across mainland China beginning January 17, 2014. Pre-orders begin December 25, 2013.
Most people won’t be able to get their hands on the new Mac Pro that Apple released yesterday until at least February – but Apple has already released a critical firmware update for a machine that is less than 24 hours old! Yesterday, shortly after sales for the new Mac Pro began, Apple released EFI Update 2.0, providing critical patches to the device’s firmware.
It’s been known for some time that Google’s Android platform was largely inspired by Apple’s iPhone. A fascinating excerpt from Fred Vogelstein’s new book, Dogfight: How Apple and Google Went to War and Started a Revolution, casts some even more interesting light on just how badly the iPhone made Google crap their pants.
We have hooked up with O’Reilly to give away 5 copies of OS X Mavericks: The Missing Manual (e-book version) – the ultimate go-to reference for everything you could want to know about Apple fancy schmancy new version of OS X – take your Mac to the next level! OS X Mavericks: The Missing Manual would normally set you back $27.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free!
The OS X 10.9.2 beta which was released to developers on Thursday includes a nice perk, Apple’s FaceTime audio. The Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) feature was first introduced on iOS devices via iOS 7.