Apple updated it iWork apps with a handful of new features that simplifies their UI and makes them easier to use. These new features, though, are not what customers are talking about. A growing number of users are unhappy with the features that have been removed and are expressing their displeasure online.
Though OS X Mavericks will run on older machines, it may not be a perfect fit. Apple realizes there a lot of folks with older Macs who may not want to upgrade to OS X Mavericks. As a result, the company is still offering both OS X Lion and Mountain Lion in the Mac App Store and now in its online store.
Besides OS X, Apple also released version 3.0 of OS X server. The server application is an add-on that you install over OS X Mavericks. It’ll turn any Mavericks machine into a lightweight server that is perfect for a small business, home office or school.
Apple’s October Special Event wasn’t just about the iPad — Apple used the time to announce both Mac hardware and software-related news. Though Apple primarily focused on its iLife and iWork apps, a handful of other apps were also updated today. One notable update was photography appÂ Aperture, which has been updated to version 3.5.
Just like it did with iOS 7, Apple is now allowing Mac developers to offer “last compatible” versions of an app in the Mac App Store, says a report in Macrumors. This makes it possible for developers to keep upgrading their software to the latest version of OS X, while still allowing those with older machines to download the last version of the software that was compatible with their hardware.
Earlier today, Apple announced that it was rolling out significant updates to its iLife and iWork suite of apps. It was a major update that included both the iOS and OS X versions of the apps. It’s been a few hour since the announcement, and now the apps are live in both the iOS App Store and the Mac Store.
Apple announced that OS X Mavericks would be available today and now the download link is live in the Mac App Store. The update is available for free even if you are running an older version of OS X. It’s a one-step update that’ll bring you current with a single download and install.