Apple has just released OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 for the Mac to the public. Apple had first seeded OS X 10.11.4 to developers and public beta testers in January.
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Apple Releases OS X 10.11.4 with Support for Live Photos in Messages, Password Protected Notes and More
Apple announced last week that it is holding its annual spring event on March 21st at its Cupertino campus. According to the always clever tagline for the event, Apple wants to “Let us loop you in,” a possible reference to the rumored Apple Watch bands the company is expected to announce. What else is on tap for the upcoming event? Read on to find out.
Apple’s upcoming desktop release, OS X El Capitan 10.11.4, is still in its beta phases, and the company has just released another version to developers and public beta testers.
Apple has seeded another beta for those within the Public Beta Test program for OS X, giving another glimpse of what to expect in the upcoming software.
Apple has seeded another beta for those within the Public Beta Test program, giving another glimpse of what to expect in the upcoming software.
Dating back to November, there’s been an issue with shortened Twitter links within Safari, but it looks like Apple has fixed the issue.
Apple is going to allow users to import Evernote data into the Notes app in a future OS X update, the company has confirmed. The feature will likely make its way into iOS, too — and it could have a big impact on Evernote’s user base.