The Taptic Engine inside Apple’s new Force Touch trackpad, which is built into the new MacBook and MacBook Pro, does more than just provide a satisfying click. As the latest iMovie for Mac update demonstrates, it also has the potential to help us “feel” apps.
Apple overhauled almost everything for its brand new MacBook — including its connectivity options. Gone are the USB ports and MagSafe connector that has long been a trademark of Apple notebooks, and in comes USB-C, a brand new, do-it-all standard that John Gruber claims Apple invented.
On February 23, Apple seeded the second beta for OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite to tester and developers, and now, several weeks later, the third beta (build: 14D98g) has been released.
Apple Watch, new 12-inch MacBook and ResearchKit Event Roundup: All the news and announcements from today’s event
Apple today took an event that was supposed to focus on the Apple Watch and turned it into a multi-part announcement that covered the Apple TV, MacBooks, medical research and finally the Watch. If you missed the event or just need a synopsis of what was announced, we have the highlights from today so you can catch up on all the details quickly and easily. Read on to find out more about Apple’s many product announcements!
Apple last year announced that it was sunsetting Aperture and iPhoto and replacing it with Photos for OS X. Though there has been much discussion about Photos for the Mac, the first version of the software was released today to developers as part OS X 10.10.3. While still in the early stages of development, the app is receiving favorable accolades by reviewers at MacWorld and Yahoo Tech. Read on the first impressions for Photos for the Mac.