Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. A few days back, graphic artist AR7 posted his version of the OS X Mavericks wallpaper for iOS on twitter.
It looks like Apple may be cooking up some cool new innovations in the graphics department. According to information obtained by MacRumors from reviewing employee LinkedIn profiles, Apple appears to be hiring a swarm of former AMD engineers to work on an internal graphics engineering project.
Although Apple has already offered a sneak peek at their new sleek black aluminum Mac Pro, they’ve stopped short of revealing the actual specs of the new device – but new Geekbench results appearing at Primate Labs may shed a bit of light on what to expect in terms of performance.
A thread on Apple’s support forums show an increasing number of users having problems with the Wi-Fi connectivity on their new 802.11ac Wi-Fi equipped MacBook Airs.
Electronics retailer Best Buy is recalling 5,100 third-party built MacBook batteries. The batteries, built by manufacturer ATG, are being recalled after a number of users reported their units caught fire.
Want to test out the OS X Mavericks preview without risking damage to your primary Mac? Parallels has you covered. The company just released an update to their Parallels Desktop 8 software allowing users to update to OS X Mavericks from Mountain Lion. Previous versions of Parallels have lacked critical features for Mavericks compatibility.
Writing for a tech blog like MacTrast, I find myself doing a lot of Google Searches, screen captures, and bouncing back and forth between multiple windows and apps. I recently had the opportunity to try out Shape Magic. This Mac app claims to speed up your daily workflow by supplying a central app to manage windows, take screenshots, and search the web. Let’s take a look.
It’s just been a week since the Mac Pro was previewed at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, and two Mac hosting providers have already announced their plans to utilize the new power-houses.
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Adobe announced in May that it would be putting its Creative Suite to rest and would be focusing on its new Creative Cloud subscription based suite of apps, which include Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, Dreamweaver CC, and more. Today, updates to those apps are available to users on a subscription basis.
I’ve always been fascinated by 3D modeling and rendering programs. Sadly, I am a “I want it now!” type of person, and just didn’t have the patience for learning how to create and place objects, and then wait for them to render. I expected more of the same when I was asked to review RaySupreme from BrainDistrict, but I have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised with this application.
Skype has announced a new Video Messaging feature to allow users to send video files to their contacts. The new feature will roll out to every platform (iOS and OS X included) today.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. This weekend, we again feature graphic artist Maik Fischer with his new and excellent textured abstract wallpaper pack entitled Mextures.
AppleInsider reports that Apple allowed developer The Foundry, publisher of industry-standard 3D painting package 3D digital painting tool MARI to put the new Mac Pro through its paces, however, they kept the tubular machine under wraps in a giant steel cabinet.
Some see a new Apple product and merely gaze at it and drink in its beauty. Others look at the same object and think, “How the hell do I pop this puppy open?” iFixit has performed one of its patented teardowns on the new 11-inch MacBook Pro, and found a smaller SSD, with a slightly larger battery that provides longer life.
Many have been left wondering about the Macs Apple didn’t mention at their WWDC keynote. According to our sources, however, Apple is planning to launch new iMacs, Mac Minis, and Retina MacBook Pros at their fall iPhone and iPad event.