Apple seeded build 13E25 of OS X 10.9.4 to developers on Wednesday. Apple is asking developers to focus on Graphics Drivers, Bluetooth, Audio Drivers, Finder, App Store, and Safari.
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You may remember the video we showed you a few days back of the hidden “City Tour” flyover mode in Apple’s Maps app in iOS 8. While that was accessed via hidden debug menus, there is a way for anyone with access to the iOS 8 or OS X Yosemite Maps app to see the tour.
Learn how to allow and manage Safari push notifications on your OS X Mavericks equipped Mac.
Apple seeded a new build of OS X 10.9.4 (build 13E19) to developers on Thursday, just a week after their seed of the second beta of 10.9.4.
Remember OS X Yosemite’s Dark Mode, which was demoed on stage at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, but has yet to show its face in the Settings Menu? It’s now available via a Terminal command in the latest beta of OS X 10.10.
And the hits just keep on comin’ today, as Apple has released beta 2 of OS X 10.10 Yosemite to registered developers. The second beta is identified as Build 14A261i. Apple earlier today released beta 2 of their iOS 8 mobile operating system to devs.
Anyone who has ever had the experience of downloading a password protected .rar file from a public dropbox or other large file source knows how annoying it can be to search the contents of the package if you don’t have the right software already installed.
Apple issued a batch of new betas to developers on Wednesday. The new betas are for the upcoming OS X 10.9.4 Mavericks maintenance update, Safari 6.1.5, and OS X Server 3.2. The OS X 10.9.4 Mavericks beta is build 13E16.
If you use Safari as your web browser, on a recent visit to our site you probably received a notification asking if you’d like to receive push notifications from MacTrast. By agreeing to allow them, you’ll be among the first to know about any breaking news about Apple-related news.
Apple has posted the OS X Yosemite video that was shown during the WWDC 2014 Keynote. The video highlights some of the design changes and new features of the operating system, due to publicly debut in the fall.
While a number of new features for apps on both the iOS and OS X platforms were unveiled at Apple’s WWDC 2014 last week, one app noticeably received very little update love – Apple Maps.
You’re writing the Great American Novel, and you have post-it notes about your plot and characters stuck all over your monitor, your desk, the wall behind your desk, the cat… There’s an easier way. Meet Scrivener 2.
As a user, you’re warned over and over again to use a different password for every login. But remembering all those passwords is a total pain! Say hello to PasswordBox Unlimited.
While Apple’s new Swift Playground is an excellent feature that beginning developers are sure to love, one developer has discovered a highly dangerous flaw in the system, the run-as-you-type nature of Playground can erase your hard drive.
It’s a case of good news/bad news for Apple users. If your Mac is running OS X Mavericks right now, it will be able to handle OS X Yosemite. However, iPhone 4 users will need to update to a newer device if they want to access all the new features in iOS 8.
If you happen to have OS X 10.10 Yosemite installed on your Mac, you can try out Netflix’s HTML5-based video by simply logging into your Netflix account. Netflix previously required a plugin such as Microsoft’s Silverlight when viewing a video.