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.
MacPhun today has announced the release of Intensify Pro, a full featured photo editing software package for the Mac.
OS X Mountain Lion is finally here, and we’re sure you’re anxious to install it! Fortunately, upgrading to Mountain Lion is easy! If this is your first upgrade, however, or just want to make sure you’re “doing it right,” we’ve got a guide for you!
While some may choose to upgrade their Macs from Lion, Mountain Lion or Snow Leopard, others will want a clean, fresh install of Mavericks to make sure they can take advantage of all its default settings! If you fall in that category, this guide is for you!
In the wake of yesterday’s introduction of new Retina MacBook Pro models, the machines have already begun showing up in Geekbench benchmarks.
Alongside numerous other updates released today alongside Apple’s big media event, Apple has released an update for iTunes, bringing improved support for OS X Mavericks.
Phil Schiller took the stage at today’s Apple event to show off the company’s new Mac Pro professional level computer – the highly anticipated all-new 2013 Mac Pro – trashcan-like design included!
Phil Schiller took the stage today to talk about Apple’s newly updated Retina display MacBook Pro lineup. The new 13-inch and 15-inch models are updated with the latest processors, faster graphics and longer battery life.
It’s Tuesday, October 22, 2013, and that means today is the day of Apple’s big media event! Apple is expected to officially reveal their new iPads, announce the release of OS X Mavericks, a new Mac Pro, and a whole mess of other possibilities – maybe even a few exciting surprise announcements!
Apple has released a critical update today for the mid-2012 MacBook Air. The update, entitled MacBook Air Flash Storage Firmware Update 1.1, is intended to check the build-in SSD drive in the MacBook Air for “an issue that may result in data loss”. The tool tests the drive, and if it checks out, installs new firmware.
Apple products are known for their style, so much so that some people make furniture out of them and here’s another example of just that. Reform Designs has created the Crunching Numbers G4 table using two PowerMac G4s, and it looks pretty sweet!
Apple has issued an important Java security update for Java SE 6, intended to improve overall security and reliability. The update, called Java for OS X 2013-005, is available for OS X 10.6.8 or later, and replaces all previous versions of the Java 6 plugin found on any Mac it is installed on.
According to a new report from The Austin American-Statesman, Flextronics has hired up to 1,700 workers at their Austin, Texas facility to build a “next generation desktop computer”. It is believed that this likely refers to Apple’s new Mac Pro, reportedly set for November 15th release.
French news site MacG, which has a decent hit-miss ratio when it comes to Apple rumors, reports that it knows when the new MacBook Pros, iPads, and the Mac Pro will go on sale.
Valve has released a video showing off its Steam Controller, a handheld gaming controller designed to be compatible with many Steam games. The controller will reportedly be compatible with Steam for Mac.
Owners of early 2011 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pros are reporting issues with the AMD GPUs in their computers. In some cases, the component completely fails, requiring an expensive replacement of the logic board.