Now that Apple has released OS X Mavericks to the masses — for free — we know that plenty of users are busy downloading the latest software update and preparing to install the new operating system. As with OS X Lion and OS X Mountain...Show More Summary
Apple’s latest updates to both iOS and OS X have largely banished skeuomorphism—design elements that imitate real-world counterparts. (The leather textures in Mountain Lion’s Calendar, Contacts, and Notes applications are the most familiar...Show More Summary
Google has never had anything approximating what you could call a normal IMAP implementation for Gmail. However, under Mail in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and previous versions, many of us learned to work around and otherwise live with it. Show More Summary
Apple surprised many yesterday by making the update to OS X 10.9 Mavericks free, rather than the $20 it cost to upgrade to the previous release, Mountain Lion. The company also surprised some (though not us) by doing the same for its previously chargeable iWork apps. There’s been a lot of commentary today about this being […]
Apple has unleashed the ninth point release of its OS X desktop operating system with nary a big cat in sight, but that does not mean users migrating from Mountain Lion to Mavericks will find an update devoid of differences. To help ease users' transition to the new operating system, AppleInsider details some of the biggest user-facing changes.
Mavericks is here. Apple's new desktop operating system looks quite different than the previous version, OS X Mountain Lion. Take a tour of the differences.
[Editor's note: This article is part of our series of articles on installing and upgrading to Mavericks.] Like Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8) and Lion (OS X 10.7), Mavericks (OS X 10.9) doesn’t ship on a disc—it’s available only as an installer app downloadable from the Mac App Store, and that installer doesn’t require a bootable installation disc. Show More Summary
[Editor's note: This article is part of our series of articles on installing and upgrading to Mavericks.] Before Lion (OS X 10.7) debuted in 2011, installing the latest major version of Mac OS X meant buying a disc and slipping it into your Mac’s optical drive. Show More Summary
Mavericks (OS X 10.9) is here! And just like Lion (OS X 10.7) and Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8) before it, getting Mavericks is as easy as downloading an installer from the Mac App Store—a few clicks (and some patience) is all it takes to...Show More Summary
Safari 6.1 has just been released to bring Apple’s web browsing app for Mountain Lion into line with the newly announced OS X Mavericks version of Safari, with features like Shared Links, the new Sidebar, and Power Saver. This updated … Read more › The post Apple Releases Safari 6.1, Brings Shared Links, Sidebar To Mountain Lion appeared first on Cult of Mac.
In line with some of the new features found in Safari for OS X Mavericks, the Mountain Lion version has been updated with support for the new sidebar, Shared Links, and improved power-efficiency. Get it from the Software Update tab in the App Store.
Today Apple released version 10.9 of Mac OS X, codenamed “Mavericks.” The new OS includes several new features and enhancements over the previous version, “Mountain Lion.” The update is available for free for all compatible Macs from the App Store Below you’ll find a closer look at some of the new features in 10.9. iBooks […]
Apple today announced that Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks will be free to all customers who have either Snow Leopard or Mountain Lion. Users can upgrade to Mac OS X Mavericks starting today, with downloads available through the App Store. To upgrade, you’ll want to access the Mac App Store (located in your Apps folder). […]
Users running OS X Mountain Lion version 10.8.5 are beginning to see an “Open in iBooks” icon for purchased books in the iTunes Store, replacing the previous “Downloaded” button text. The button, while functionless on Mountain Lion, is yet another indication of the imminent launch of OS X Mavericks late this month. Clicking the button on […]
When you open up a new Finder window, at least in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, you’ll see a snapshot of all the files on your Mac. Apple calls this view, “All My Files,” and it’s a good way to just see what you have on your Mac. It’s also...Show More Summary
OS X Mavericks may be on the horizon, but don’t think we’re done with Mountain Lion quite yet. Late on Thursday, Apple released OS X 10.8.5 Supplemental Update 1.0, along with iTunes 11.1.1. The Supplemental Update fixes a few issues...Show More Summary
Apple is preparing to release a new version of OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 to end-users in the coming days, according to a source. The Mac operating system update has already been supplied to Apple employees. The new version is referred to as a “Supplement Update” to 10.8.5, and will be available via Software Update […]
Introduced in Mac OS X Lion, AirDrop is a feature that lets you easily share files with other Mac users on your local network. With iOS 7, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users get to join in the fun. AirDrop on iOS devices can share photos, videos, web pages, map directions, and more. Show More Summary
In OS X 10.7 Lion, Apple added a new file-sharing feature called AirDrop that let you easily share files with other Mac users nearby—specifically, those with recent Macs running Lion that were connected to the same local network. Though...Show More Summary
Before you even think about September 18 and iOS 7, you might want to check out the software update on your Mac, as Apple has just released OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.5. Recommended for all OS X Mountain Lion users, v10.8.5 brings in several fixes for Mail, Xsan and AFP file transfers, as well as overall improvement on stability, compatibility and security.