It’s a common stereotype that Apple users are trendier or more fashionable than PC users, but according to a new study by Bundle, that stereotype actually seems to be true!
Reflection is a brand new Mac app that uses AirPlay to mirror your iOS device directly to your Mac, with no setup and no need to jailbreak.
We review the Mobee Magic Charger – a rechargeable battery pack for your Apple Magic Mouse.
Apple’s super thin next-gen MacBook Pro models may arrive sooner than expected, with DigiTimes reporting that the updated machines could be released in April.
Apple is rumored to be considering a 14 inch Macbook Air which would appeal to the Asian market, as 14 inches is the standard screen size in many Asian countries.
Apple has updated their MainStage software, used to add virtual instruments and effects to live performances, to version 2.2.1. The update addresses 16 separate issues, and is available immediately through the Mac App Store.
Apple has just issued an EFI firmware update for the late 2008 15-inch MacBook Pro. The update addresses internal display flicker issues, and requires Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.8, Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.8, or OS X Lion 10.7.3.
Apple has launched a new program for Mac app developers called Developer ID. The program allows developers outside the Mac App Store to get their apps signed by Apple, which ensures that the apps are secure and malware-free.
Apple has released an update which should fix the iMac’s WiFi problems when coming out of sleep mode in OS X Lion.
Having open iTunes when you are simply playing music can sometimes be a hassle, especially if you are on a Mac with a smaller screen. Sure, you could minimize or hide the window, but what about switching songs?
We have hooked up with SecureMac to give away 5 copies of PrivacyScan – a great way to protect your privacy both online and offline. PrivacyScan would normally set you back $4.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free!
Apple just released a new set of EFI firmware upgrades for all 2011 Mac models. The updates mainly contain big fixes, and improve the stability of all of Apple’s latest Macs.
We could have been seeing Macbook Airs with AMD chips. Apple would have chosen an AMD processor over Intel’s i5 and i7, but due to poor production yields from AMD, they decided to go with the latter.
Apple has released a notice to registered Mac developers informing them that the deadline to implement sandboxing in Mac App Store apps has been extended to June 1st. The deadline had initially been set for November, and was later postponed to March 1st.
Mac OS X has been around for over a decade, and has evolved considerably since it first debuted in 2000. TwistedMac has put together a fantastic article showing and comparing each version of OS X.
VideoLAN released the second major version of their popular media player on Saturday. The new version is a complete rewrite, and features faster decoding, experimental Blu-Ray support, and more.