OS X News
Apple has erupted in a storm of betas today, as the Cupertino device maker has released the first betas of iOS 9.3, tvOS 9.2, watchOS 2.2, and OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan to developers.
Xcode 7 Guide provides everything you need to learn how to develop apps using Xcode 7. Well, almost everything. You’ll need a Mac…
So you made the move from the dark side, and bought a Mac. But, you’re finding the keyboard shortcuts you used on your Windows PC don’t work on the Mac.
There’s a quick and easy way to stop the Photos app from launching in OS X every time you insert a memory card or connect your iOS device to your Mac.
Classic Arcade game lovers received a nice Christmas present, as OpenEmu, the open source retro game emulator for Mac OS X was updated. Version 2.0.1 brings support for an additional 16 classic gaming consoles.
The latest version of Safari, found in OS X 10.11 El Capitan, offers something Chrome users have enjoyed from awhile now, pinned tabs.
I’ve been using Unclutter on my Mac for awhile now, it’s a handy utility that stores files, notes, and your clipboard in a hidden spot at the top of your desktop, making it easy to quickly access your much-used information.
While Apple has promoted the Swift programming language to third-party developers for their apps, it hasn’t done much in the way of using it for their own home-cooking. Apple senior VP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi says that’s changing.
TextExpander 5 for Mac allows users to setup custom keystrokes that can paste in any text or images they designate, saving time. And time IS money!
A growing number of Mac users are reporting an issue with some apps downloaded from the Mac App Store.
Apple on Wednesday updated its entire suite of iWork apps for both OS X and iOS. The updates include bug fixes for better compatibility with Microsoft Office documents, as well as stability fixes.
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Writing HTML from scratch is no longer required to design and develop responsive websites, when you use the Macaw Code-Savvy Web Design Tool!
Apple has once more begun actively blocking outdated versions of the Flash Player plug-in for its Safari browser running on OS X.
Developers who are in the process of converting their legacy Objective-C code over to Swift may want to take a look at Nextep’s CodeSwitch 1.0 app for the Mac.
Maintain has announced the release of Cocktail 9.0.2 (El Capitan Edition), their utility for OS X that allows users to clean, repair and optimize their Macs.