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Today in Apple history: OS X Jaguar roars onto Mac

August 23, 2002: Apple ships Mac OS X Jaguar, the third major release of OS X, and the first to publicly adopt the cat-themed code name it had been known by inside Apple. The $129 operating system is well-received by Mac users, who correctly view it as the most stable version of OS X yet — […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Microsoft exec points out the major flaw in Apple’s Mac lineup

It’s hardly a secret that Apple’s Mac lineup is in desperate need of a refresh. Mac sales have been slumping as of late and the problem may have nothing to do with a general disinterest in Apple’s Mac platform. On the contrary, interest...Show More Summary

Apple’s Mac lineup is getting incredibly stale

I should start off with a disclaimer: we as consumers have gotten incredibly spoiled over the last 10 years. Thanks in large part to the iPhone's annual refresh cycle, we've been unwittingly programmed to view any piece of hardware that's more than a year old as old news, even ancient. Show More Summary

Apple's Mac sales are dropping and there's only one way to turn it around (AAPL)

Apple's line of Mac computers is not selling as well as it used to and the company needs to launch a new laptop in order to turn the business around. For years, Apple's desktops and notebooks outperformed the rest of the market, mostly Windows computers. But times have changed. Show More Summary

Apple's Mac no longer bucking PC industry's sales slide

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — After defying industry trends in recent years, Apple is feeling the slowdown in global purchases of laptop and desktop computers. Apple shipped 4 to 8 percent fewer Mac computers during the second quarter of 2016,...Show More Summary

Apple's Mac sheds marketshare in Q2, sinks to 5th place amid worldwide sales slowdown

Apple's share of the global PC market took a substantial hit during a challenging second quarter, dropping the company down to fifth place among the world's top computer manufacturers, according to preliminary numbers from market research firms Gartner and IDC.

Here's what it’s like to use Android apps on a Chromebook (GOOG)

Chromebooks are having a moment. In May it was revealed that Google’s low-cost laptops had outsold Apple’s Macs last quarter, a first for the platform. It was another sign of growth in a period where PCs as a whole aren’t doing so hot. Around...Show More Summary

Apple enters the energy business

Last week, Apple quietly dropped a bombshell in the energy industry, launching an entirely new subsidiary called Apple Energy that will manage the complexities of its renewable energy efforts. Related posts: Apple’s Mac App Store Sandboxing...Show More Summary

Apple invites retail employees to test macOS 10.12 Sierra ahead of public beta release

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple today started inviting its retail employees to participate in testing macOS 10.12, the latest version of Apple’s Mac operating system unveiled earlier this week during a press event at the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference. Show More Summary

?The good and bad of Apple macOS Sierra

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : ZDNet Apple

The next version of Apple's Mac operating system has changed its name and added multiple new features.

WWDC 2016: Apple Announces Mac OS Sierra with Auto Unlock, Universal Clipboard, Apple Pay, and more

Apple has announced the next big update to their Mac operating system, Mac OS Sierra. Major new features and updates include: Auto Unlock - users with Apple Watch will be able to authenticate their password without typing them in. Universal...Show More Summary

Apple’s Mac OS X Is Dead. Long Live MacOS

The renaming follows the convention of Apple’s operating systems for its other hardware: tvOS, watchOS, iOS, and now macOS. The post Apple's Mac OS X Is Dead. Long Live MacOS appeared first on WIRED.

Apple hints at OS X rebrand in the App Store

If you think about it, OS X isn't really a great name for Apple's Mac operating system. It was just meant to be the next OS after Mac OS 9, but because it has a nice round (roman) number and used all-new UNIX-based tech, Apple has stuck with the name for nigh on 17 years. Show More Summary

How to Automate Actions on Apple Mac OS X using a PHP Shell Script for Automator - PHP Classes

How to Automate Actions on Apple Mac OS X using a PHP Shell Script for Automator By Karl Holz Automator is an applications for Apple's Mac OS X that can automate tasks using scripts for performing many types of automated routines. Automator...Show More Summary

OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 Beta 2 heads out to developers

Apple has just released the second developer beta of OS X El Capitan 10.11.6. Developers will find the configuration utility needed to install the release at Apple's Mac Developer Resource Center. It can also be installed from the Updates...Show More Summary

Anticipating WWDC 2016: What's in store for Apple's Macs and OS X

Apple has sold far more iOS devices than Macs over the past several years, but as a $20 billion business, the Mac platform remains extremely important to the company. Here's a look at where Apple's conventional computing platform is headed, and what we can expect to see at this year's Worldwide Developer Conference.

First OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta is now available for developers

Apple has just released the first developer beta of OS X El Capitan 10.11.6. Interested developers will find the configuration utility needed to install the release can be found at Apple's Mac Developer Resource Center. It can also be...Show More Summary

Got a Mac and a Samsung TV? Now you can AirPlay Mirror without an Apple TV

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

If you have a Mac and a Samsung Smart TV, AirPlay mirroring to the TV would usually require an Apple TV. But now there’s an app for that … more… Filed under: Apple TV, Mac Tagged: AirPlay, AirPlay Mirroring, Apple TV, Samsung Smart ...

Chromebooks beat Mac sales in early 2016

According to research firm IDC, more Google Chromebooks were sold in the first quarter of 2016 than all of Apple's Mac line. The milestone marked the first time Google's Chrome OS moved more units than OS X in the United States.

For the first time, Google beat Apple in PC sales — and that's really bad news for Microsoft (MSFT, GOOG)

Today, two very important things happened for the future of the PC as we know it. First: For the first time ever, low-cost Google Chromebook laptops outsold Apple's Macs during the most recent quarter, analyst firm IDC tells The Verge. Manufacturers...Show More Summary

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