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Apple seeds third OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite beta to developers [Update: Includes Force Touch APIs]

Apple seeds third OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite beta to developers [Update: Includes Force Touch APIs]

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 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!

OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 Public Beta with Photos app is now available for download

OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 Public Beta with Photos app is now available for download

OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 public beta is now available for download. The beta is available to users who signed up for Apple’s OS X public beta program, which was launched last year.

You can now run the Windows 10 Technical Preview on your Mac with Parallels Desktop

You can now run the Windows 10 Technical Preview on your Mac with Parallels Desktop

Want a taste of what’s to come for those who use Windows? With the latest version of Parallels Desktop 10, you can run Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 Technical Preview on your Mac without even leaving Yosemite.

First look: All-new Photos for OS X

First look: All-new Photos for OS X

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. 

Macs fill up the press gallery during the President’s State of the Union address, making it look like an Apple ad

Macs fill up the press gallery during the President’s State of the Union address, making it look like an Apple ad

On Tuesday, January 20, the President of the United States held the annual State of the Union address. Above the stage, the press gallery held quite an event of its own.

Super Bowl XLIX will be streamed by NBC for free, no cable subscription required for Macs and iOS devices

Super Bowl XLIX will be streamed by NBC for free, no cable subscription required for Macs and iOS devices

One of the biggest events on television is the Super Bowl. It has always been one of the most consistently viewed programs, ever. Now, NBC is expanding that viewership by a large margin.

Analyst expects record-breaking iPhone and Mac sales for the holiday quarter

Analyst expects record-breaking iPhone and Mac sales for the holiday quarter

As January 2015 winds down, Apple is gearing up to announce its Q1 2015 earnings report, which will include the holiday stretch. As expected, analysts are sending out their predictions based on their findings.

Curved/labs showcases stunning tribute to Apple’s Macintosh computer in new renders

Curved/labs showcases stunning tribute to Apple’s Macintosh computer in new renders

Renders are sometimes the best way to get a look at what a concept device could look like in the real world. And thanks to Curved/labs, we can get a taste of what a futuristic tribute to Apple’s Macintosh computer would look like on a retail table.

Apple’s Mac shipments continue to grow as another quarter shows increase

Apple’s Mac shipments continue to grow as another quarter shows increase

The Mac is one of the areas that has continued to be solid for Apple over the last several quarters, and that momentum has continued into the holiday shopping season according to a new report.