For those running a Mac mini and who have had an issue with USB keyboards, Apple has released new software that should fix the issue.
According to the latest GeekBench benchmarks, the new 2014 Mac Mini offers superior single-core performance, but significantly less multi-core performance compared to its predecessor — the 2012 Mac Mini.
As the clock in the top-right menu bar on my Mac approaches midnight, I am sitting here in an exhaustive state after the second Apple event in as many months ushered in a whirlwind of announcements pertaining to new iPads, new Macs, OS X Yosemite and more. It was an eventful day to say the least, no pun intended.
It has been an eventful day for Apple to say the least, following its special product event this afternoon in which the company introduced new iPads, new Macs and followed through with the public release of OS X Yosemite. As the dust starts to settle, it appears that Apple has quietly discontinued the Mac mini server by removing it from sale hours ago.
Apple officially announces new Mac mini, features 4th Gen Intel Core processor, two Thunderbolt ports and more
Handoff is a really cool feature introduced in iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite that lets you seamlessly switch between the two devices, and pick up right where you left oﬀ. The feature, however, requires inbuilt Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy support, and may or may not be compatible with your Mac. Here’s how to find out.
It looks like Apple did not take the downtime on its Online Store just to launch the new cheaper 21.5-inch iMac.