Apple’s support page for Boot Camp was recently update, and included references to both a “Mid 2014″ Mac mini, and a “Mid 2014″ 27-inch iMac.” Both references have reportedly been removed from the page, but a cached version of the page shows both models.
Popcorn Time, the somewhat questionable service that allows you to stream movie torrents just like they were Netflix content, is adding another great feature to their Mac and PC clients. The service will soon add AirPlay ability to both clients, allowing viewing of the torrents on your Apple TV.
Sure, PDF has had its day, and it’s been a good run. But today you need more than just a static PDF file to grab readers’ attention. Enter Flip PDF for Mac, a powerful flip book creator that allows users to quickly and easily convert ordinary PDF files into mobile friendly, eye-catching digital media with engaging page-flipping effects.
As expected, Apple today debuted refreshed 13-inch and 15-inch models of the MacBook Pro with Retina display. The new models feature faster Intel Haswell CPUs. and all 13-inch models now boast 8 GB of RAM standard, while the 15-inch models see their RAM boosted to 16 GB.
Did you just make the move from a Windows machine to a Mac, or maybe you’ve been using a Mac for awhile now, and you still feel like there’s more you could learn about it. Today’s deal is for you!
A new report claims that upgraded Retina MacBook Pros should hit the shelves tomorrow, July 29th.
If you’re like me, you may find your hard drive getting a little crowded sometimes. What seemed like a huge amount of space a year or so ago, suddenly seems cramped. One of the biggest space hogs for hard drives is your iTunes library. In this article, we’re going to show you how to move your iTunes directory to an external drive.
Apple has opened up its public beta program for OS X Yosemite, but a number of users are reporting that when they attempt to redeem the code, they receive an error saying the code has already been redeemed. Apple says it’s easy to fix that issue…
The debut of OS X Mavericks brought Apple’s e-book reader, iBooks, to the Mac platform. iBooks for OS X allows you to read books, textbooks, graphic novels and more previously only available on iOS devices.
A new report says Apple is putting the finishing touches on iOS 8 in preparation for a September iPhone 6/iOS 8 launch event. Apple is currently projected to be planning a mid-September iPhone event. Apple is also said to be aiming for an October debut for OS X Yosemite.
We all enjoy Apple related videos. From the painful to watch ’80s videos, (UGH! Those clothes! That hair!), all the way up to the current iPhone and iPad commercials currently running on the television networks. Luckily for us, there’s one convenient location we can find them all…
Apple’s most recent EFI update for the mid-2011 MacBook Air apparently includes a bug that will in some cases cause a failure to install, or in more serious instances, cause the system to crash.
Most Mac users know how to delete files from their Mac’s hard drive. You simply select the file or files you want to delete, and either drag them to the trash can on the dock, or right-click and choose “Move to Trash,” and the files are all gone, right?
Today’s MacTrast Deal makes it easier than ever to record a podcast, song, or concert. All you need to do is press record.
Apple has debuted a new television ad, promoting the MacBook Air. “Stickers” shows off a variety of customized decals placed over the Apple symbol on the back of the notebook.
The debut of OS X Mavericks brought some great new features to Apple’s venerable operating system. One of my favorites is the ability to use any display attached to an Apple TV as a secondary display.