Apple released Aperture 3.5 on Tuesday after releasing OS X Mavericks for the Mac. The update for the image editing and management app replaced Google Maps with Apple's own Maps for photo location tagging.
Apple released brand new versions of Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for the Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on Tuesday, and they're free for anyone that's buying a computer or mobile device. For the rest of us, there may be some money changing hands to get the most recent version of the iWork suite on our devices. Read on to see where to get the apps and what you can expect to pay.
Apple released updates for Migration Assistant and Workgroup Manager on Tuesday. The Migration assistant updates are for people migrating to Mavericks from Lion, Snow Leopard, or various versions of Windows. The Workgroup Manager update is an unspecified update.
OS X Mountain Lion users got an update to Safari on Tuesday, giving them shared links support and a new sidebar. MacBook Pro and MacBook Air users got a little something, too, thanks to Safari 6.1's improved energy efficiency features.
As promised, OS X Mavericks is now available as a free download from Apple's Mac App Store. The new version of the Mac operating system was shown off earlier this year at Apple's annual World Wide Developer Conference, and on CEO Tim Cook said it would be available today and that the US$19.99 price tag was a thing of the past.
While Apple was expected to announce the launch date for OS X Mavericks during its media event on Tuesday, the price was a surprise: free. Apple said Mavericks will be available for download today and no cost, and it will support computers as far back as the 2007 iMac and MacBook Pro.
Mac Geek Gab listener Stephen wants to defragment his Mac’s hard drive to regain lost performance. We explain how the process works and recommend some tools and methods to help him get the job done.
If you've ever had to go through the tedious process of comparing differences between two folders to figure out which files were missing from one, then this tip's for you. There's a much better, faster way to handle that task, and you don't have to download a darned thing to do so. In this Quick Tip, Melissa Holt'll fill you in.
Apple released MacBook Air Flash Storage Firmware Update 1.1 on Thursday, an update that fixes a data loss problem with mid 2012 MacBook air models.
With the GM version of OS X Mavericks in developer's hands, and invitations out for an October 22 media event, Apple is warning coders it's time to get their Mavericks compatibility updates submitted. The alert makes it clear that the release of OS X 10.9 is coming soon and will likely come on October 22 or shortly after.
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