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Apple's intangible connection to the creators of the digital age—the developers, the engineers, the artists—has played a unsung role its dominance in the consumer space. Apple's Mac computers are the chosen tool of the builders who have conceived, constructed and improved upon the web and mobile applications that have changed [...]
There is no doubt that everything that had been rumored about the WWDC 2015 lived up to it. If you didn’t manage to sit through the session for the first few hours, then you missed quite a lot. The good thing is that we did attend the...Show More Summary
At WWDC earlier today, Apple revealed Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan with a handful of new features, including improvements to Safari, new Spotlight capabilities, side-by-side window functionality, performance improvements, and more. Apple released a developer beta of El Capitan today via its developer portal, while also noting that a public beta will come in […]
Underscoring the close relationship between its desktop and mobile platforms comes another move by Apple on the day of its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote. Apple has eliminated dual iOS and Mac developer programs in favor of a single program encompassing both. Show More Summary
Developers will no longer be required to maintain separate memberships to develop for Apple's Mac and iOS platforms, as the company has done away with the old configuration in favor of a new, unified Apple Developer Program.
At its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Apple just announced the latest iteration of its desktop operating system. Apple senior vice president Craig Federighi took the stage to debut the update, focusing on upgrades to Spotlight, the operating system’s built-in apps, and window management features. Read More
Apple promises Mac games will start looking better with its Metal API.
After months of rumors, Apple pulled the curtain back on the next version of its operating system coming to Mac computers later this year: Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan. The company showed an extensive sneak peek of its next-generation OS software at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. Show More Summary
Stuffy, boring, insular. These are three adjectives that have been used to describe the Microsoft of yesteryear. But that Microsoft is gone. They’ve changed. Radically. Microsoft now produces interesting, innovative products. Products you probably want to use. Show More Summary
Here's how the iMore team uses their Apple products for daily productivity. Though we all use Apple's Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch in our day-to-day work lives, that routine varies from person to person. We got the iMore team (and...Show More Summary
Whether you want a shiny new iPhone 6 Plus, an Apple Watch, Mac Mini or an iPad Air, you’ve got a shot when you enter our latest Technabob Shop contest. One lucky winner can grab any Apple item valued up to $700(USD). (Ends 6/17/15)
There’s a good reason why the term App Store economy is often used to describe the iTunes App Store. In 2014 alone, Apple doled out $10 billion to iOS developers. Since the App Store went live in 2008, developers have netted more than $25 billion in earnings. Show More Summary
I’ve focused a lot over the last few months on helping readers to speed up and optimize Apple’s Macs — everything from adding RAM to recovering hard drive space and upgrading old hard drives to faster SSDs. Today’s How-To is focused on something very specific but with a lot of optimization potential: trimming down your Mac’s […]
Decades ago, every electronic device was sealed with one of two types of screws: a minus-shaped Flat/Slot head, or a plus-shaped Phillips head. There was no concept — at least, for common consumer electronics — that average people shouldn’t be able to unscrew their gadgets and take them apart. And the only reason to have multiple Flat or Phillips head […]
The tech giant sold 61 million iPhones, or 40 percent more than in the same period a year ago. But executives also shed some light on other well-known Apple products in interviews and a conference call with analysts Monday evening.
When it reported its fiscal 2015 second quarter (Q2 2015) revenues yesterday, Apple revealed that it sold only 12.6 million iPads for the quarter ending March 28. That is 29 percent fewer iPads than it sold in the same period … Continue reading ?
Apple's tablet computing device, once a red-hot consumer gadget, has suffered from a steady decline in sales over the last year. [...] Cook said he sees a future for the iPad in business settings, where workers can use specialized iPad...Show More Summary
Adobe's Portable Document Format has become a common way to publish newsletters, instruction manuals and even tax forms. Creating your own PDF document is easy, with features built into major Web browsers and Apple's Mac system, or available...Show More Summary