MacPhun today has announced the release of Intensify Pro, a full featured photo editing software package for the Mac.
OS X News
The opaque menu bar in OS X Mavericks signifying inactivity within a dual screen setup is a real eye-sore. Why not just make it fully solid and therefore less distracting? Unfortunately, it’s only possible to completely disable the second menu bar. Read on for some instructions.
OS X Mountain Lion is finally here, and we’re sure you’re anxious to install it! Fortunately, upgrading to Mountain Lion is easy! If this is your first upgrade, however, or just want to make sure you’re “doing it right,” we’ve got a guide for you!
While some may choose to upgrade their Macs from Lion, Mountain Lion or Snow Leopard, others will want a clean, fresh install of Mavericks to make sure they can take advantage of all its default settings! If you fall in that category, this guide is for you!
With the release of OS X Mavericks, websites can now send push notifications to to your Mac’s desktop. Now today, developer Connor LaCombe, has released Pronto Push, a new service that allows you to receive push notifications for any RSS feed.
It’s been less than 24 hours since OS X Mavericks launched in the Mac App Store, and the free OS X upgrade has already grabbed over 7% of all Mac web traffic.
Apple released Aperture 3.5 on Tuesday. The update for Apple’s popular image management and editing app adds support for Apple’s own Maps app in OS X Mavericks, replacing Google maps for photo location tagging.
Apple’s announced at today’s event that their popular suite of iLife apps – iPhoto, iMovie and Garage Band – have all been redesigned and with new features for both iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
Craig Federighi took the stage at today’s Apple event to show off Apple’s new OS for the Mac, OS X Mavericks. It’s available today, and it’s FREE!
Just ahead of today’s Apple event, and the expected final unveiling of OS X Mavericks, several websites have begun supporting the new Safari Push Notifications feature.
Apple has seeded a new build of the OS X Mavericks Golden Master to developers. The new build comes just a little over two weeks after the release of the first GM seed.
If you’re running iTunes under OS X 10.8.5 Mountain Lion you may have noticed an “Open in iBooks” button in place of the previous “Download” button for books you have previously purchased.
Apple has issued an important Java security update for Java SE 6, intended to improve overall security and reliability. The update, called Java for OS X 2013-005, is available for OS X 10.6.8 or later, and replaces all previous versions of the Java 6 plugin found on any Mac it is installed on.
Following the recent release of the OS X Mavericks Gold Master, and ahead of the October 22 event at which Apple is expected to announce the final retail release of Mavericks, Apple has issued an email to developers informing them that they can now submit submit new apps and app updates optimized for OS X Mavericks.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. This week, we feature a complete package of Mavericks inspired wallpapers. With the newest operating system just around the corner, it is…
Now that Apple has released their Golden Master seed of OS X Mavericks to developers, the public release could happen at practically any time! With the Golden Master – which represents the final build that Apple will release publicly in the Mac App Store – Apple has changed the necessary steps required to build a fully functional bootable USB installer for the preview.