Apple has released a trio of EFI updates for the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and iMac this evening, bringing Lion Internet Recovery to all of their 2010 Macs.
OS X News
Apple’s latest update for OS X Lion contains a few nice little surprises in the form of new mouse cursors. But it’s design or newness of the cursors that’s interesting – it’s the fact that they’re designed in high-definition.
Did Apple investigate the idea of running OS X on iPad style ARM processors? A report from iMore says they did.
Following bugs that have plagued the delta update for OS X 10.7.3, Apple has decided to remove it from their servers. Instead, users will be able to download the combined update, which does not have any issues.
Alongside the release of OS X 10.7.3 earlier this week, Apple also released a new security update for Snow Leopard. Unfortunately, it appears that the update has been causing problems for users who use Rosetta to run PowerPC apps.
Tired of Apple’s Address Book? There is a new kid in town that makes managing all of your contacts a much more enjoyable experience. Cobook is a great new way to view and edit contact information on OS X.
Following the recent Mac OS X 10.7.3 update released by Apple, users have been reporting applications crashing, with “CUI” being stamped on the error messages (as shown below). Apple have already launched an investigation.
Apple has just released OS X 10.7.3, the third update to Mac OS X Lion. The update contains Safari 5.1.3, additional language support, and bug fixes, and is available now through Software Update or direct download from Apple.
Apple has just released a new updats for AirPort Utility on the Mac, as well as new firmware for AirPort Base Stations and Time Capsules. The new AirPort utility is designed to look similar to Apple’s Airport Utility app for iOS.
Following Tuesday’s firmware upgrade bringing Lion Internet Recovery to 2010 13-inch MacBook Pro models, Apple has now released two more updates to bring the feature mid-2010 MacBooks and Mac Minis.
Quicken Essentials, a slimmed down version of the full program, has launched in Mac App Store. The last version of Quicken was still using PPC code, so this update may give us a taste of what’s to come.
Apple pushed another OS X 10.7.3 build to registered developers late last night, making this the 7th build the company has release with no known issues.
Web developer Alessio Atzeni has accomplished an incredibly impressive feat of web design – recreating the entire Mac OS X Lion interface strictly through HTML5 and CSS3, complete with boot-up, login screen, and default desktop.
Apple released iBooks Author this morning – a new Mac app which allows you to easily create interactive books to be distributed on the iBookstore, and is made to compliment and work alongside Apple’s iWork productivity suite.
Apple pushed out a new build (11D46) of OS X 10.7.3 to registered developers last night, just one week after the previous seed, which many thought to be the final version of the update.
Apple has seeded a new version of OS X 10.7.3 to registered Mac developers. This latest release likely represents the final version of 10.7.3, which is expected to be released in the coming days.