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Safari 10 brings fast, native App Extensions to the macOS browser, web content

Building on work completed last year to enable Web Content Blockers, Apple's new Safari 10 enables a wide range of native code App Extensions that users can automatically obtain and update through the Mac App Store, contributing to faster performance, enhanced security and better reliability.

App Store and iTunes currently down for some

A large number of people are reporting issues with accessing the App Store and iTunes this afternoon. Apple's System Status page currently shows that there are issues with iTunes and both the iOS and Mac App Stores. A slew of peopleShow More Summary

OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 2 heads to developers and public testers

Apple has released the third developer beta version of OS X El Capitan 10.11.6. Developers can head over to Apple's Developer Downloads page to grab the latest release, or to the Updates section of the Mac App Store on a machine running the previous beta. Members of Apple's Beta Software Program can also grab a new public beta update. Show More Summary

OS X 10.11.6 beta 3 for developers hits the Mac App Store

Remember OS X? macOS Sierra is the new hotness, but OS X El Capitan has at least one more update left before the big name change takes place later this year. OS X 10.11.6 isn’t quit ready for prime time yet, but Apple has released the third beta version of the Mac software update for testing. Apple first started testing the Mac update back in May. 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 makes the App Store even more friendly to developers (AAPL)

Apple has changed its App Store Review Guidelines for both the App Store and Mac App Store to offer more context and make the process more transparent for developers. The company even made a comic book to explain the changes! The tech...Show More Summary

Apple makes the App Store even more friendly to developers (AAPL)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Apple has changed its App Store Review Guidelines for both the App Store and Mac App Store to offerShow More Summary

Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi Talk iMessage, Siri API and Mac App Store on 'The Talk Show'

A day after Apple's WWDC keynote address, Apple SVP of Marketing Phil Schiller and SVP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi joined Daring Fireball's John Gruber on a special edition of his podcast, The Talk Show. The duo addressed...Show More Summary

Apple seeds first macOS Sierra beta to developers

Apple has pushed out the first beta version of macOS to developers. It is available from the Mac Developer Resource Center, or from the Mac App Store Update section on devices with the previous beta version installed. This update brings Siri and more to your Mac or MacBook. If you are interested in downloading, you can grab the update files now. ...

How to redeem a gift card or promo code in the Mac App Store

Do you have a gift card for the Mac App Store? Are you wondering how to use it? The Mac App Store is a paradise of high-quality applications and games. Just like the iOS App Store or iTunes, you can use gift cards or promo codes to get apps and games on your Mac. Show More Summary

Survey shows developers really dislike the Mac App Store, and for good reasons

As Apple promises changes for iOS developers, a new survey shows that Mac developers are feeling left out in a big way — especially when it comes to the App Store. The team at DevMate polled just under 700 Mac developers on their feelings...Show More Summary

App Store 2.0: Apple's New Incentives

Summary: Apple’s annual conference for developers, which kicks off next Monday, is normally when the company previews its newest software for iOS and Mac OS X. But this year’s WWDC isn’t just about new operating systems: starting next week and continuing throughout the fall, Apple will begin rolling out new incentives...

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

Latest hint at ‘macOS’ rebranding of OS X appears in new App Store guidelines

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

It’s widely expected at this point that Apple will rebrand Mac OS X to simply ‘macOS’ next week at WWDC, but hidden in today’s announcements regarding the App Store was yet another hint at the change. In a FAQ from on the iTunes Connect website, Apple mistakenly refers to Mac OS X as ‘macOS,’ again prematurely hinting at the change. more… Filed under: Mac

OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 Public Beta 2 arrives for testers

The second public beta version of OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 is now available for members of Apple's Beta Software Program. Members will find the new version in the Update section of the Mac App Store. Details are still light on the contents of OS X 10.11.6, though it's likely to fix some bugs. Show More Summary

Apple issues OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 developer beta 2 for Mac + tvOS 9.2.2 beta 2 for Apple TV

3 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple has released the second OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 preview through the Mac App Store for developer testing. The software update to the Mac likely includes further bug fixes and performance improvements following similar releases throughout the year. more… Filed under: Developers, Mac Tagged: OS X

Apple internet services suffer wide outage, iCloud, App Stores, Apple TV, iTunes, others down [u]

Apple's internet services experienced trouble for the second time in as many days on Thursday as customers reported outages affecting the iOS and Mac App Stores, iCloud, iTunes and Apple TV.

Apple's App Stores, Some iCloud Services Experiencing Temporary Outage

According to Apple's system status page, multiple store services are currently experiencing an outage. The App Store, Apple TV App Store, Mac App Store, iTunes in the Cloud, and the Volume Purchase Program are unavailable for some users. The...Show More Summary

Apple Confirms App Store, iTunes, iCloud Are Down

Apple services are currently down for millions of iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV users...

App Store, Apple Music, iTunes and other iCloud services currently unavailable for some users

3 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

As noted by Apple’s system status page, a multitude of Apple services are currently experiencing instability and downtime for some users. The affected services include the App Store, Mac App Store, Apple TV services, iTunes In The Cloud and the Volume Purchase Program. Show More Summary

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