iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 are part of Apple’s upcoming releases, and there is much fanfare surrounding the launch. One notable feature however, can be had today, without the need to wait for its official release. The San Francisco Font came with the Apple Watch and is set to be a default font for the latest iOS and OS X versions.
OS X Yosemite
Apple said goodbye to iPhoto and replaced it with the aptly named Photos app for OS X Yosemite. The new app does all the things that iPhoto did, but with a new interface and some new features. If you use your computer to store and manage your images, the Photos app will make a copy of anything you import, making finding those items extremely easy. However, in some cases, this means that there will be a duplicate version of the same image on your computer (the original and the copied Photos app image). If you are really particular about your photo management and want to disable this feature I’ll show you how.
Hot on the heels of releasing the third beta for iOS 8.4 to developers (and iOS 8.4 beta 2 to public beta testers), Apple has also seeded the newest beta for OS X Yosemite.
On Wednesday, May 6, Apple released an updated version of Safari for OS X Yosemite, Mavericks and and Mountain Lion.
If you have ever wanted to record a video of the screen on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch you’ve probably searched for an application that will allow you to do so. But if you have an Apple computer with OS X Yosemite and an iOS 8 device, you can record video from your iDevice using QuickTime.
On April 16, Apple seeded the first beta for OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite, to registered developers.
One week ago, a report surfaced that showed many OS X Yosemite owners were suffering from an unusual situation that was chasing their machines to either freeze or outright restart unexpectedly.
Apple has just seeded the first OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite beta to developers.
The new beta version comes just a week after releasing OS X 10.10.3 with all-new Photos app for OS X.
It hasn’t been too long since Apple released OS X 10.10.3 with the all-new Photos app, but it looks like a supplemental update was necessary to fix some issues.