OS X Lion has only been out a couple of days, has sold amazingly well, and continues to bring in mostly positive reviews. As it turns out, however, not everyone is pleased with Lion’s new gestures. JoyofTech humorously details some of the Lion gestures that Apple didn’t tell you about.
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One of the cute new settings in OS X Lion is full-screen mode. It’s featured in many native apps such as Mail, Safari, and iTunes, but it’s not yet rolled out across the board in other apps. Maximizer is an Lion friendly that forces full-screen mode on applications that have yet to introduce it.
iFixit has just gotten their hands on one of the new MacBook Airs, and have just recently finished doing what they do with every new toy they get – they tore it apart! By taking the new MacBook Air apart piece by piece, they’ve managed to learn a few interesting things about it.
Here in the States, we have a couple of exciting events this month. First is the arrival of Comic-Con, which began yesterday, and the second is the release of the new Captain America movie, which just hit the box office today. In order to commemorate these occasions, I’ve decided to give away a pair of Coloud’s Captain America headphones.
The numbers are in: Apple has just reported that OS X Lion was downloaded over 1 million times on Wednesday, and considering the lack of overhead, shipping costs, and packaging, that’s a pretty sweet $30 million deal for Apple.
While OS X Lion is clearly a very solid release for Apple, it’s an inevitable fact of life that upgrading your OS is bound to make some of your software stop working. Lion disables Flash’s hardware acceleration, and causes numerous issues with other Adobe products.
I love some of the creative Apple-related videos that people come up with. Watch below as this cranky bearded guy vents his frustration over how much of a “failure” his MacBook Air is.
Earlier today, we reported that some users were reporting difficulties with installing Lion. One such difficulty displayed an error message reading “This disk cannot be used to start up your computer”. Fortunately, Apple has offered a fix. Here’s what to do:
One of the many new features in OS X Lion is called AirDrop – a new tool that lets you wirelessly beam files to other Lion users nearby without having to be on the same network. Apparently, however, not everyone will be able to take advantage, as it will only run on certain Macs.
I’m sure that most in-the-loop Mac users out there were thrilled at the release of OS X Lion, and it seems that most people were able to upgrade without any trouble. Some users, however, are having a lot of trouble installing Lion, with many error messages and issues plaguing their experiences.
It’s official: OS X Lion is a big freaking deal. According to the reviews in the, over 90% of customers that reviewed Lion gave it a full five star rating – that’s pretty rare for any day-one OS release, even from Apple!