Have you upgraded to Windows 10 and found out that iTunes is not recognizing your iPhone or iPad? Well you’re not alone as it seems that many other users who upgraded to Windows 10 are also complaining that iTunes is not detecting their iOS device when connecting it to a computer with Windows 10 installed.
One of the major tentpole features in Apple’s new MacBook Pro models, most of them anyway, is a brand new OLED Touch Bar.
It’s hard to argue that Microsoft would like Windows users to upgrade to the latest iteration of the platform, Windows 10.
Microsoft has rolled out a series of new Windows 10 ads that promote its new operating system by highlighting all the advantages PCs have over Macs. Those include things like Windows Hello, which lets you login by looking at your webcam, and touchscreens.
If you’re thinking about upgrading your old Mac, but you can’t afford or don’t want another Apple computer, then Microsoft has the perfect deal for you. The software giant is currently offering up to $300 for old Macs when customers buy a new Windows 10 PC.
Microsoft’s next big thing is Windows 10. It launched for millions of PCs around the globe not too long ago, but the mobile-focused variant of the platform isn’t quite available just yet.
Recently, Apple released a firmware update for the mid-2015 MacBook Pro to address a specific issue. Now, in light of Microsoft launching Windows 10, another MacBook update is available.
I haven’t used a Windows PC, willingly, for a few years. Windows 8 is one of the most frustrating operating systems I have come across. However, there is an occasion or two where having Windows would be beneficial. Mac users that may need Windows can install Windows 10 on their devices right now — for free.
On Wednesday, February 18, Apple officially seeded a new update for iTunes for Windows, bumping up the version to 12.1.1 and plenty of fixes.
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.