Apple released an update for its music and audio app GarageBand for the Mac, version 10.0.1 Late Wednesday. The update fixes “a number of minor issues.”
We’ve been fans of Radium for a while here at MacTrast, having reviewed several versions of their great streaming radio app for both Mac and iOS. Arguably, the very best part about Radium is the dead-simple minimalist nature of the interface. Coupled with a full set of features, that’s a combo that is hard to resist.
You’ve downloaded Mavericks, now it’s time to download some new apps from the Mac App Store. But wait, you’ve downloaded a metric butt-load of apps, (that’s technical talk), and now you can’t find the new apps in the jumble that is your Applications folder! What to do… What to do…
Ever since the release of OS X 10.6.8, Apple has been selectively enabling the TRIM command for SSD’s in OS X. This support continues on in OS X Mavericks, but as many have noted, it only seems to work for Apple SSDs by default. We’ll show you how you can enable TRIM across the board.
Apple released another minor for iTunes today, bringing the version up to 11.1.3. The update includes a fix for a bug affecting the equalizer, as well as a tweak that improves how iTunes handles large libraries.
Wednesday saw Apple adding a section to its Support Pages about the reported keyboard and trackpad lockup issues with its new MacBook Pro with Retina display models. The company says help is on its way.
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Apple is facing a class action lawsuit alleging the company knew about, and did not address, a problem with the displays in the company’s previous-generation 27-inch iMac desktops computers.
Amazon has finally come through on its May promise to bring Amazon Cloud Player to the Mac, as they announced availability of the app on Tuesday.
The good news is that the DualShock 4 also includes baked-in support for both Mac and PC gaming – and it’s a bit easier to set up than the PlayStation 3 controller (although it works with fewer games). Here’s how to get it set up and working over both USB and Bluetooth on your Mac!
As the release date for Sony’s PlayStation 4 quickly approaches, many have wondered about how well the device will work for PC and Mac gaming. The good news is that it will apparently support both PC and Mac gaming right out of the box!
Macword has tested the latest Haswell-based MacBook Pros., and their results show that the newly updated hardware gives a boost in performance in nearly every application. Macworld: The new line of MacBook Pros consists of five standard configurations, three with…
Owners of Apple’s newest Haswell-based MacBook Pros are reporting repeated keyboard and trackpad freezing that in most cases can only be remedied with a hard reset of the computer.
iFixIt has performed their famous teardown procedure on both the 13-inch and 15-inch models of the new MacBook Pros, and while they are truly things of beauty inside, they both get lousy scores for repairability, just 1 out of 10.
Apple Issues Two Updates for Late 2013 iMacs – Fixes Power Nap, External Drive, and USB Bluetooth Adapter Issues
Wednesday and Thursday saw Apple releasing updates for its 2013 iMacs. The iMac SMC Firmware Update 1.1 addresses an issue with Power Nap, while the iMac 10.8.5 Supplemental Update 1.0 offers fixes for an external drive issue and a problem with some USB Bluetooth adapters.
There have been a number of reports lately revealing that OS X Mavericks seems to be allowing users to “upgrade illegal or trial version” Apple software obtained outside the Mac App Store. We’ve done some digging, and discovered that this is not a bug – it’s a feature, and a side effect of Apple changing the way they distribute updates.