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How To Uninstall Apps On Mac

Unlike Windows where there are options provided to uninstall an app, it isn’t quite the same for Apple’s Mac OS X platform, which might be a little disconcerting for novice Mac users who want to uninstall apps on their computer to free up hard disk space, or for other reasons. Show More Summary

Skylake MacBooks Could See A Staggered Release In 2016

With Intel having recently released Skylake processors that look like they will be a good fit for Apple’s Mac lineup, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Apple announce new computers at a possible March event. In fact a recent analyst report suggested that we could very well see MacBook upgrades in the first half of 2016. Show More Summary

Apple issues Mac & iOS device AC Wall Plug Adapter + World Travel Kit recall for certain customers

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple today has announced a voluntary recall and exchange program for a select number of AC wall plug adapters used in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Continental Europe, New Zealand and South Korea. America is not included in the recall. Apple says that in “very rare cases” the two-pronged Apple wall adapters could break and create a risk […]

Apple expected to ship 20 million Macs in 2016

The rest of the PC industry may be crashing, but Apple expects Mac sales to remain relatively stable in 2016 — with sources in the supply chain claiming that Mac-series product shipments are likely to remain around the 20 million unit mark this year. In 2015, shipments of Mac-series products rose by 4.03 percent to […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Donald Trump thinks he can make Apple build Macs in U.S.

If he really wants the job, Presidential hopeful Donald Trump should probably figure out what the office can and can’t do. Trump showcased his continuing delusion of ultimate executive power to do everything ever at a speech at Liberty University today. Show More Summary

Twitter’s analytics tool Answers can now monitor Mac and Apple TV apps

Twitter today announced that its Answers tool for application monitoring now supports Apple’s Mac OS X desktop operating system. Support for the Apple TV’s tvOS operating system is now available in beta. Among other things, Answers can track app usage app installs by way of Twitter. Answers has been available from Twitter for iOS and […]

Apple Maintains Mac Sales Momentum Amid Overall Worldwide PC Market Decline

Amid an overall decline in worldwide PC shipments, Apple is the sole manufacturer that saw positive shipment growth, according to new PC shipping estimates from Gartner. With worldwide PC shipments from Lenovo, HP, Dell, ASUS, and Acer...Show More Summary

Software with the most vulnerabilities in 2015: Mac OS X, iOS, and Flash

What software had the most publicly-disclosed vulnerabilities this year? The winner is none other than Apple’s Mac OS X with 384 vulnerabilities. The runner up? Apple’s iOS with 375 vulnerabilities. Rounding out the top five are Adobe’s Flash Player with 314 vulnerabilities, Adobe’s AIR SDK with 246 vulnerabilities, and Adobe AIR itself also with 246 […]

Apple redesigns Mac in Business webpage, says it’s a ‘brand new day for business’

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple today has given its Mac in Business website a major design overhaul, introducing a new tagline that says it’s “a brand new day for business.” The design refresh comes on the heels of Apple and IBM’s enterprise agreement hitting more than 100 apps across 14 industries and 65 professions earlier today. “Organizations everywhere are realizing the […]

Why Developers Are Shunning Apple’s Mac App Store

2 months agoTechnology : Yahoo: Tech

When Apple opened the Mac App Store (MAS) back in 2006, it seemed like a great thing for end users and app developers alike: For regular users, it was a one-stop shop for all their Mac software needs, built into the OS and tied to their existing Apple accounts.

Sketch, another popular Mac app goes it alone, highlighting Apple's Mac App Store problems

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : ZDNet Apple

It's time for Apple to start taking developers a little more seriously as software starts getting removed from the Mac App Store and going the direct sales route.

Sketch Leaving The Mac App Store

Sketch announced today they will be moving away from Apple’s Mac App store. Why? Apparently this is something the design platform has been considering all year. According to their announcement, they stated that the App store has not done enough to keep up with Sketch ongoing changes and development. Show More Summary

Apple may be getting rid of the headphone jack on its next iPhone (AAPL)

If you're an iPhone user, your favorite old pair of headphones could become obsolete. According to Japanese Apple blog Mac Otakara (via Apple Insider), Apple might ditch the traditional 3.5mm audio jack in the next iPhone because it's too wide. Show More Summary

Black Friday buyers guide: How to pick the best iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Mac, and more!

Planning on picking up some new Apple gear on Black Friday? Here's how to pick the best! Apple has several different—and sometimes overlapping—product lines these days. What's more, within each line are more affordable and more fully featured options. Show More Summary

How to find the lowest prices on Apple's Macs, iPads & Apple Watches this Black Friday 2015

While Apple has again chosen to forgo offering discounts on its products this Black Friday, many Apple Authorized Resellers and big-box retailers are competing aggressively for the business of Apple shoppers. Here's how to quickly and easily find the lowest prices anywhere on your iPad, Mac, AppleWatch and Apple accessories of your choice.

Deal: The Black Friday Mac Bundle

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : technabob

We might be a week away from Black Friday, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start enjoying some great deals now. Take, for example, this bundle of great apps for Apple’s Mac OS X. For just…

Apple Acknowledges Mac App Store Issue That Caused Apps To Stop Working, Details Fixes

Apple today has publicly addressed the issue with the Mac App Store that last week caused a number of Mac desktop applications to stop working, forcing users to restart their computers and reauthenticate with the Mac App Store after receiving error messages when trying to run their applications. Show More Summary

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