With the announcement of iOS 8 and Mac OS X Yosemite, Apple has introduced another option for choosing yourÂ default web search service. Alongside Google, Yahoo, and Bing, you now have the ability to select the privacy-preserving search engine DuckDuckGo.
Apple updates iOS 8 App Store with notification widgets, extensibility, third-party keyboards and more
Apple today announced several new consumer and developer-related Â features that improve the overall the overall iOS experience for users and developers alike. Both developers and iOS owners will appreciate the new notification center widgets, the ability to share actionsÂ between apps and the ability to install and useÂ system-wide third-party keyboards.
In advance of WWDC next week, Apple is continuing to outfit Moscone Center with signage for the developer-focused event. Following the placement of outside banners and interior iOS 8 signage earlier this week, the latest shots of the venue, obtained by The Verge, show the OS X 10 banners going up on the Friday before the event.
Apple yesterday released OS X Mavericks 10.9.3, an update to Mac OS X with improved 4K display support, iOS contacts and calendar sync and more. After updating, some Mac owners are reporting that their /Users folder has disappeared from the root directory of their file system in Finder.
Update:Â Apple has released an update to iTunes that fixes this issue. More details here.
Apple today released OS X MavericksÂ 10.9.3 publicly, following several beta releases that were seeded to Mac developers. The update improves stability and security of your Mac along with better support for 4K displays, and the ability to letÂ you sync contacts and calendars with your iOS device via USB.
We were expecting Apple to release OS X 10.9.3 this week, but instead it has released yet another beta version of OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 (build 13D61) to developers.
The new beta version arrives less than a week after the ninthÂ beta version was released.