Insanely Great Mac has had the chance to demo the new Airplay Mirroring in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. It looks pretty awesome!
OS X News
The OS X Messages Beta that was released to the wild yesterday will only work for Mountain Lion users once that version of OS X is released.
OS X Mountain Lion now finally includes AirPlay Mirroring for Macs for the first time – something which holds a lot of potential in both the living room and the board room.
Apple publicly released Xcode 4.3 in the Mac App Store yesterday, which includes a number of notable improvements, including eliminating the need for an installer.
Improved support and integration with iCloud is just one of many improvements in Mountain Lion. Improvements include the addition of iCloud document storage for both built-in and third-party apps.
Safari 5.2 and Xcode 4.4 have been seeded to developers. The new version of Safari (which will be included with Mountain Lion) includes a Chrome-like search bar, while Xcode 4.4 is required for developing apps for OS X 10.8.
Apple has changed the way software updates will work in OS X Mountain Lion, removing OS X’s prior ‘Software Update’ feature, and instead integrating all updates into the Mac App Store.
If anything is clear about OS X Mountain Lion (or iOS for that matter), it’s that Apple is putting all of their social media eggs into one tweeting basket. Sorry, Facebook.
OS X Mountain Lion is especially nice to look at with its gorgeous new Galaxy wallpaper. But you don’t have to wait for Mountain Lion to be released to get your hands on it – you can grab the new wallpaper right now!
Among the many interesting things discovered in OS X Mountain Lion is its name. Apple has now officially dropped the ‘Mac’ from Mac OS X. The official name change has been confirmed with Apple.
As the iOSification of OS X continues, and we get our first peek at “Mountain Lion”, the upcoming OS X 10.8, we see some great new features coming our way. So we decided to make a list of a few of our favorites!
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Senior VP of Marketing Phil Schiller sat down with The Wall Street Journal to offer some insights on the company’s newly announced OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
Here’s some bad news for Apple users with older machines: the new release of OS X, Mountain Lion, will no longer support many older graphics chips.
Apple has released a delightful new sneak peek video walking you through some of the new features of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Check out the full video inside!
Heads up, developers! Developer previews for OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion (and Mountain Lion Server) have just hit the Mac Dev Center, and are now available to download.
I’m still digesting that Mountain Lion that Apple fed to us moments ago. But wait, there’s more! Besides announcing OS X 10.8, Apple has also released the first public beta of Messages.