An Iowa high school has announced it will provide each of its students in grades 9 through 12 with an 11-inch MacBook Air. Ames High School will provide the Apple notebook computer to the students for use through the 2013 school year.
While there’s no shortage of e-mail clients for the iPhone and iPad, Eltima Software has been cooking up a unique new offering that aims to change the way you think about email – by making it a personal social experience!
Apple released an update to Logic Pro X on Tuesday. The updates to the professional level digital audio workstation and MIDI sequencer were of the ever popular “bug fixes and performance enhancements” variety.
Sales of Apple’s Mac continue to come in flat, according to a new report from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. Munster based his analysis on July data from market research firm NPD.
Usually, you don’t pay a moment’s notice to the harmonic chime that plays when you boot up you Mac. It’s there for a reason, to let you know all is right with your beloved computer. But there are times when you would really like to be able to silence it. Well, believe it or not, there’s more than one way to silence a chime.
Following the release of iTunes 11.0.5 last Friday, Apple also seeded a new beta of iTunes 11.1 to developers. iTunes 11.1 beta 2 includes the same fix for iTunes in the Cloud that iOS 7 Beta 6 and iTunes 11.0.5 already addressed. Other than that bug fix, there doesn’t seem to be anything notable or new with the release.
It’s been a continual struggle for Apple to push the Mac as a business machine. Let’s face it, in the enterprise, Windows is King, and has been for a long time. Now, Apple may have come up with a way to prove to potential business buyers that anything that can be done on a Windows machine can be done on a Mac.
Apple has begun teasing their upcoming new Mac Pro via a “trailer” being shown in movie theaters across the United States. The teaser video was first shown at Apple’s WWDC at the initial debut of the sleek, black computer.
As noted by 9to5Mac, Apple has just released an update to iTunes. iTunes 11.0.5 is a minor update which addresses issues with iTunes in the Cloud, and is available immediately through Software Update via the Mac App Store, as well as direct download from Apple’s website.
When Apple released QuickTime X alongside OS X Snow Leopard, they added a number of features, including screen recording! We’ll show you how it works!
Be sure to keep your computer secure! Here are some tips and tricks you need to know about in order to make sure your computer is safe.
It’s a real pain to keep your devices synced. Sure, you can use iCloud to keep your iOS devices and your Mac all synced nicely, but what if you don’t trust “the cloud,” or what about non-Apple devices like a Sony PSP, or an Android phone? Enter SyncMate.
OS X Mavericks is just around the corner – but are you really ready? We’ve got a few tips for you on how to prepare your Mac for Mavericks, and how to make sure your transition goes as smoothly as possible!
When running a copy of OS X using Parallels Desktop for Mac, it appears at first glance that the software prevents you from using one of the significant features of the OS – the Recovery partition! Fortunately, you needn’t worry about such things any longer – Parallels has got your back, and has posted a handy tutorial describing exactly how to boot into Recovery Mode using Parallels.
As you may know, Parallels Desktop is a favorite around the MacTrast homestead. It allows you to run Windows on your Mac quickly and easily, allowing copy and paste, and drag and drop functionality between the two operating systems. With Parallels Desktop 8, the ease and convenience has been taken up a notch.
The release date for SimCity for Mac has finally become official! Polygon reports that EA has announced that SimCity for Mac will finally launch on August 29th.