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.
The Big Mac Bundle doesn’t give you two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun. However, it does give you 14 top-rated Mac productivity and optimization apps for just $17.99!
Apple’s recent move to pull older versions of discontinued software – including older versions of OS X, Aperture, and more – from the “Purchased” tab of the Mac App Store is not sitting well with some users.
Flexibits has released Fantastical 2.1 for Mac, a free update to their popular OS X calendar app. The update offers full support for OS X El Capitan, new reminders features, additional text options, and more.