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.
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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.
Rochard brings a fresh change to the platform genre. With creative puzzles, great graphics, and some of the best voiceovers I’ve heard, Rochard provides a great gaming experience, and has a lot to offer.
Uncertain of his sister’s fate, a boy enter’s Limbo. That’s the entire storyline in Limbo, the disturbing, yet amazing platformer from developer Playdead, now available on the Mac App Store.
Apple’s latest OS X 10.7.3 developer beta suggests that Apple is continuing to actively work on bringing Retina-like HiDPI display settings to OS X, and reaffirms rumors that they may release Retina display Macs in 2012.
Apple seeded developers with a new beta version of OS X 10.7.3 yesterday evening, following an initial seeding of the update to a private group of testers earlier this week.
Apple has updated iTunes to version 10.5.2 today, improving iTunes match and repairing and audio distortion issue with certain CDs, as well as general enhancements and bug fixes.
Several times a year I find myself wondering why my Mac is working so slowly, or why some applications seem to eat up all of my memory. Today I’m going to look at an app for OS X that helps you clean up the mess you gather over time – Magican.
Apple began seeding a new OS X 10.7.3 seed (build 11D24) to developers today. The update comes two and a half weeks after their initial developer seed, and Apple has added Spotlight and Safari as testing focus areas.
Just one week after Siri was originally hacked to control a home thermostat, new hacks are popping up left and right, and now Siri has even been hacked to control your Mac!
Apple has advertised their new iCloud service as doing a number of things, such as syncing contacts, calendars, and even iWork documents. iCloud has one unique feature that Apple hasn’t spoken up about, however: a Dropbox-like way to sync files across multiple Macs.
With the recent release of VMWare Fusion 4.1, we noted the improvements brought to the table by the update, such as improved animations, fast screen resizing, improved startup time, better graphics performance, and support for Lion’s full-screen mode. MacRumors reports that it also allows the virtualization of Leopard and Snow Leopard.
Apple has released a minor update to their Xcode development tools today, bringing the version up to 4.2.1. The update addresses various minor bugs, including an issue with missing developer profiles.
VMWare has just released a significant update for their virtual machine software, bringing improved animations, fast screen resizing, improved startup time, better graphics performance, support for Lion’s full-screen mode and more.
Apple has begun seeding developers with OS X 10.7.3 today, with a specific focus on how OS X handles iCloud storage and Documents in the Cloud. Apple is also asking developers to focus attention on iCal, Mail, and Address Book.
Apple has just released MacBook Pro Video Update 1.0 for Snow Leopard, which addresses issues with freezing and blank video on mid-2010 MacBook Pro models running OS X 10.6.