Apple has just released a new version OS X 10.9.2 for its Mavericks users. The main purpose of this update is to fix the SSL bug but it also contains some other new features.
The first tweak of its type is now available in Cydia store which allows the users to un-lock their Mac computers using the TouchID feature of iPhone 5S. When you are near to your PC, you can use your fingerprints on iPhone home button sensor to bypass the lock-screen without pressing the keys on keyboard.
As the time passes the space on your Mac computer fills up with different files and finally we get a warning message. First, don’t worry. It is a normal process. Every PC user stores different types of files like audio, video, documents, pictures etc on his personal computer, though the size and type of these files may vary from person to person and situation to situation. For example, in the Mac machine of a photographer you’d definitely find more pictures and images related applications than other documents.
Besides many other features, the one reason I like Mac OS X (Mavericks) more than any other operating system is that it is already configured for many network and server related settings. You have to only toggle few settings to turn on and off the features, like waking up your Mac machine on the LAN/same WiFi is such a breeze in it.
There are many applications and methods which allow you to transfer the files between your Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9 and android device. But every method has its own pros and cons. Some apps work best when you are sitting in front of your Mac machine like AirDroid, which is a popular web-based utility to transfer the files wirelessly.
Last week, at Apple’s iPad Mini event, Apple announced some refreshed versions for Mac computers. Among other features, they also unveiled a new type of storage plan for iMac and Mac mini machines which is called Fusion Drive. Fusion Drive lets the users enjoy both performance and the capacity of hard-drives in the same machine.
It becomes really frustrating when you see an update of your faviourite program but after you install it you find that it lacks some features for which you have been using it so long. The same situation happedned to me, and I guess many of you who are reading this post have faced this problem. Whenever I get a notification of update about my fviourite application I really gets excieted becaused I think it will be bringing some new features. However, in case of skitch all my excitedment vanished soon when I used it after the update.
Apple has just announced the next generation MacBook Pro 2012 model. It is as thinner as MacBook air with 15.4-inch display and a pixel density of 2880 x 1800. It has got finally retina display. It contains four times more the number of pixels than any other model. In fact it is world’s highest-resolution display notebook.
Last Friday Apple released a security update for all of its Mac users to prevent the Flashback malware from doing any harm to the Mac machines. Today Apple offered a separate Flashback malware removal tool the main purpose of which is to kick the malware out of the Macs all together.
According to recent reports, Apple is gearing up to refresh the lineup of their most powerful offering in mobile computing i.e. the MacBook Pros. The move is a rather unexpected one as pundits believe, because it was assumed that Apple would wait for a refresh of their MacBook pro lineup until Intel releases its next-generation Ivy Bridge platform which is due next year.
Today Apple sends out EFI Firmware Update 2.1 to MacBook Air in order to bring improvements and fix some issues on the latest models of MacBook Air. This updates fixes the issues related to recovery of Mac OS X Lion over internet and makes MacBook Air compatible for the upcoming Thunderbolt display.
July was the month in which Apple released Mac OS X Lion through its Mac App Store. Later on this new OS was also released in USB flash drives which costs $69.99 whereas the downloading of OS X Lion from App Store costs you only $29.99. The USB stick loaded with OS X Lion is also sold with all new models of MacBook Air.
With the new 5.3 update Skype brings support for HD video calling on your Mac, along with official support for the new Mac OS X Lion. Users can now indulge in high definition video calling in full HD glory, which is a welcome feature for those who desired for a more refined experience. Tweaks to user interface and regular bug fixes are amongst the changes that the update brings.