Early adopters of Apple’s new, 12-inch Retina MacBook are running into freezing issues when setting up the machine for the first time. As a result, Apple has published a support article with a couple of workarounds that’ll help you get past that spinning beachball.
According a report from Forbes, which cites a former NSA staffer, the latest OS X 10.10.3 update has failed to fix the major security flaw that it was actually released for.
While Apple’s new Photos app and a ton of new emoji stole the limelight when OS X 10.10.3 rolled out to the public last week, there were a number of significant changes under the hood that went unnoticed — including enhanced 4K compatibility, support for Dell’s 5K monitor, and a new protocol that delivers faster SSD performance.
As expected, Apple has released OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite, which includes the all-new Photos app along with several other improvements.
Apple has been granted a new patent that again confirms its exploration into mid-air gesture controls that could one day change the way we interact with our Macs. The patent describes a 3D mapping system that is capable of recognizing human hand gestures with great accuracy.
If you want to capture an image on your Mac, you will need to use the screenshot function. People snap screenshots to document computers issues or showcase a high score on Candy Crush. Apple, staying true to its core belief of “keeping it simple” provides a few different ways to take a screenshot on your Mac computer.
Apple has just seeded the sixth OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite beta (build number: 14D127a) to developers, and public beta testers. It comes a week after the release of the fifth OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite beta.