During the first ever online-only World Wide Developers Conference, Apple took the wraps off its latest macOS operating system, Big Sur. Apple says that Big Sur takes the biggest leap in design since Mac OS X. Here’s everything you need to know.
Continue reading macOS Big Sur: gorgeous visual overhaul, new widgets, and new control center
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Nowadays, Apple has required all Mac users running macOS 10.10 Yosemite and earlier to update to latest macOS versions or update their third-party browsers in order to check out the Apple Online Store. Users will get an error message every time they attempt to visit the Apple Online Store website on older macOS versions. Continue reading Apple is no longer allowing users running OS X Yosemite or earlier to access their online store
Apple recently released a new version of Logic Pro X for the upcoming Mac Pro. They added optimizations to performance in the app, enabling the Mac Pro to take its own advantage of the groundbreaking power. Here are all of the changes that are in this update. Continue reading Logic Pro X 10.14.5 Updates with Performance Improvements
We only have one more day before WWDC 19 comes and we are excited for iOS 13, macOS 10.15, tvOS 13 and watchOS 6. But if you’re excited for Monday, then we have all of the latest rumors and clues about the conference. Continue reading WWDC 19 Is a day away. Here Is What We’re Expecting on Monday.
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Apple has recently notified macOS Mojave users that the Back to My Mac feature is discontinuing this July. They warned people about the same thing previously that it might go away, but this time they’ll absolutely take it away on all macOS versions including Mojave. Continue reading Back to My Mac Discontinuing this July
9to5Mac received screenshots of the leaked macOS 10.15 Music and TV apps, a day after they shared the iOS 13 screenshots. These apps consist of the design language similar to the iTunes app and the comeback of colorful sidebar icons. They also present new features that will be released in next week’s WWDC. Continue reading macOS 10.15 Music and TV Apps Leaked with New Features
Apple has officially announced dates for its annual World Wide Developers Conference. The event will take place McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, California, from June 3rd to the 7th. We expect to see updates to iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, and the slight possibility of a Mac Pro preview.
Continue reading Apple confirms WWDC event, will take place June 3-7, 2019 in San Jose
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Back to the Mac is a new series that digs deeper into the macOS operating system. Each week, I will review unique apps, reveal tips and tricks, and teach you how to further customize your Mac experience. This week, we will look into my top app picks for your Mac.
Continue reading Back to the Mac: Most useful Mac apps
The next version of macOS will be called Mojave and will come with a bunch of new features including a dark mode, more organizational options, and desktop versions of several iOS apps. Apple CEO Tim Cook said Mojave’s new features are “Inspired by Pro users, but designed for Everyone.”
Continue reading Everything new in MacOS Mojave
As you may know, a few months ago Apple announced the dates for its 29th annual developer conference, more commonly known as the WorldWide Developers Conference, or WWDC for short. This year like previous years, we are to expect newer versions of its operating systems- iOS 12, macOS 10.14, watchOS 5, tvOS 11, alongside a few hardware updates including new Macs and the long anticipated release of AirPower and the new AirPods Wireless Charging Case.
Continue reading 3 Things to Expect at WWDC 2018