Sony Creative Software announced on Friday the release of Sound Forge Pro Mac 1.0, the latest addition to its line of audio and video production software products.
OS X News
I’ve just bought a new (used) Macbook Pro so I can run Mountain Lion, which my 2007 Macbook can’t manage. This prompted me to rewatch the Mountain Lion keynote from WWDC yesterday, and realize that Apple has pretty much started down the road of no return. Lion actually marked the start of it: the importation of features from iOS.
Apple has released two new OS X Java updates, one for Lion, (Java for OS X 2012-005), and one for Snow Leopard, (Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Update 10.)
The latest GIMP update (2.8.2) for Mac is pretty significant in that it no longer runs under x11. This means that it is completely standalone and that above all it will work in Mountain Lion.
Several security experts are now warning of a new Java 7 exploit they say could be “super dangerous” for Mac owners. The bug can be exploited through any browser on a machine that has Java installed.
The fine folks at Boinx just announced the release of iStopMotion 3 for Mac. The stop motion animation app now offers the ability to use your iPhone or iPad as a remote camera for the app.
A few month ago we told you about a teaser site that hinted that a major music software title was coming to the Mac for the very first time. Today a new video has been posted on the site, and confirms that Sony will be bringing Sound Forge Pro to the Mac.
The upcoming update to OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.1 may improve battery life on Apple’s MacBook lineup, according to at least one developer with access to the developer seed.
After the PC version was released in June, Mac users won’t have to wait long before it hits OS X. Indeed, Feral Interactive has announced that it will be coming as soon as September 6 and will be available for $30.
Oracle has announced the release of Java SE 7 Update 6, which brings full support for Java SES 7 to OS X for the first time.
Following numerous messages posted in the Apple Support Communities, a report this week offers anecdotal evidence that the new OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion may indeed be causing battery life issues for some MacBook users.
After releasing Mountain Lion only at the end of last month, Apple is already getting ready to see the next update, 10.8.1 to developers for testing.
Remember the trick we told you about how to bring back the “Save As” command when you’re using Mountain Lion? It might not be as handy as we thought.
Apple Support Communities threads are filling with reports from a number of MacBook Pro and MacBook Air owners who are complaining of battery performance issues since updating their machines to OS X Mountain Lion.
With the release of OS X Mountain Lion, a new, more streamlined way of sending messages not only to other Messages users, but also to friends with accounts on AIM, Yahoo!, Google Talk, and Jabber has arrived.
A combination of easy access and a low price has Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion on track to become one of the most quickly adopted operating systems in recent history.