Mac OS X

  • Apple Launches An Invite-Only Beta Program For iOS

    Apple Launches An Invite-Only Beta Program For iOS

    Apple has launched a new beta program for iOS (via 9to5Mac), with the latest build of iOS 8.3 (which includes advanced Message filtration features) acting as the first seed. The expanded program allows non-developers to opt-in to receiving pre-release software builds on their device, and in exchange, Apple expects both patience with bugs and feedback regarding what needs fixing. The public… Read More

  • Latest OS X Beta Includes Support For Force Click And Pressure Sensitivity For Drawing Apps

    Latest OS X Beta Includes Support For Force Click And Pressure Sensitivity For Drawing Apps

    Apple’s latest beta for developers for OS X 10.10.3 adds some new tools that will be available to third-party software developers targeting owners of the upcoming 12-inch MacBook and the new 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro. These include support for new Force Click secondary pressure-based input, support for accelerator features that translate amount of pressure into subtle changes in the… Read More

  • Apple’s Latest Betrayal

    Apple’s Latest Betrayal

    “Seriously, fuck them,” read the tweet. The person was speaking about Apple and the new MacBook the company recently announced. There are countless other tweets and comments with the same sentiment. Right now there’s visceral hate directed at the company. A swath of consumers feel betrayed by the stark design of the new MacBook. Our original post on the topic was shared… Read More

  • Apple Watch Live Video Stream: How, Where And When

    Apple Watch Live Video Stream: How, Where And When

    Happy Apple Watch day! Starting at 10 AM Pacific Time, Apple is set to answer all the questions about the Apple Watch. And you can follow our liveblog or watch the festivities on an Apple device. As usual Apple is restricting the live stream to Apple devices. To watch the live video stream You’ll need an iOS device, Apple TV or Safari on a Mac running at least OS X 10.6.8. Those on… Read More

  • TC AppleCast 5: That Crazy Apple Car Maybe Isn’t So Crazy

    TC AppleCast 5: That Crazy Apple Car Maybe Isn’t So Crazy

    Apple has spent the whole week in the news because of a car it might be making, so that’s a real thing that happened. We discuss how the rumor went from airy tales to something quite solid, including a possible timeline for launch in 2020. Just what might an Apple Car actually look like, and why would the company even bother to make one? We don’t know for certain, but we… Read More

  • Apple Opens Up With A New Blog About Swift, Its New Programming Language

    Apple Opens Up With A New Blog About Swift, Its New Programming Language

    Apple just launched a blog about Swift, its new programming language that makes it easier to build applications for iOS and Mac OS X. This is a first for Apple, and marks a new period of openness for the famously walled-in tech giant. Read More

  • Logitech Gaming Software Beta-Testing Program Confirms Future Support For Mac OS X

    Logitech Gaming Software Beta-Testing Program Confirms Future Support For Mac OS X

    According to a beta tester listing on OnlineBeta.com, Logitech is finally preparing to support OS X gamers, with plans to release a new Gaming Software for Mac OS X that lets users configure their Logitech gaming mice and keyboards to optimize performance and play. It’s unclear what this type of software will do specifically, as it hasn’t been announced yet, but the most… Read More

  • OS X Mountain Lion: Quick, Familiar, Cheap, And Drenched In iOS Goodness

    OS X Mountain Lion: Quick, Familiar, Cheap, And Drenched In iOS Goodness

    Trying to write a review of OS X Mountain Lion is tricky. First of all, I had already written a review back in February, when Apple legitimately surprised the world with the revelation that the ninth iteration of OS X was just about ready to go. Granted, back then I only had a few days to play with an early build. But it was already pretty solid at that point. Now, months later, I’ve had… Read More

  • Apple Loses Executive Bertrand Serlet After 22 Years Of Working With Jobs

    In a press release issued earlier this morning, Apple has announced that Bertrand Serlet, SVP of Mac Software Engineering, will be leaving the company. Craig Federighi, Apple’s VP of Mac Software Engineering and Serlet’s long-time protégé, will assume his responsibilities and report directly to chief exec Steve Jobs. Serlet originally joined Apple in 1997 and has played an… Read More

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