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Apple releases OS X 10.10.5 beta 2 to developers

11 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Two weeks after releasing the first beta of OS X 10.10.5, Apple today has released beta 2 of the operating system to developers. The second beta build carries the build number 14F19a and is available to testers via the Mac App Store now. Earlier today, Apple released beta 2 of iOS 8.4.1 to developers to […]

OS X 10.10.5 beta 2 now ready for developers

The second beta of OS X 10.10.5, clocking in at build 14F19a, has been released to developers. It should be available from Apple's Mac Developer Resource Center soon, or through the Updates section of the Mac App Store for those that have the previous beta version installed. Show More Summary

Apple releases OS X El Capitan beta 5 to developers

Apple has pushed out the fifth developer beta for OS X El Capitan. Interested developers can download the latest update through the Mac App Store if their Mac is running the previous beta version, or from the Mac Developer Center. This update comes less than a week after Apple released El Capitan beta 4 to developers. Show More Summary

Apple seeds OS X El Capitan beta 5 to developers

Less than a week following the previous beta, Apple has released OS X 10.11 El Capitan beta 5 to developers. The update is available via Software Update in the Mac App Store. The previous beta did not add any noticeable new features, but it instead focused on bug fixes. It is likely that this new […]

AppleInsider podcast talks earnings, future of iPhone, iOS 9 betas & Coin credit card

On this week's all-new AppleInsider podcast, we discuss Apple's earnings call, Neil reveals how he feels about Wall Street analysts, Victor endorses the Mac App Store, and Mikey tells all about the good and bad of the Coin connected credit card.

How Apple treats Mac App Store developers like second-class citizens

When it comes to the App Store and the Mac App Store, the two software dispensing platforms are not treated equally. Not only do top 10 Mac App Store apps make a whole lot less than the chart toppers on iOS, … Read more ›

The Mac App Store as a second-class developer experience

Craig Hockenberry is tired of being treated second class by Apple as a Mac app developer. Hockenberry is displeased with developing apps that use Apple's own iCloud servers to store and sync data. iOS developers can put their apps through iCloud's paces using TestFlight, Apple's testing framework, which remains iOS-bound. Show More Summary

‘Coming Soon’

Craig Hockenberry on the various ways Apple treats the Mac App Store as a second-class citizen to the iOS App Store: no TestFlight (which means no testing betas against production iCloud servers), no analytics, and, just to rub saltShow More Summary

OS X El Capitan Public Beta 2 now available for testers

The second public beta version of OS X El Capitan is now available to download for members of the Apple Beta Software Program. The new version can be downloaded from the Update section of the Mac App Store. This is the second major release of OS X to receive a public beta, with last year's release, OS X Yosemite, being the first. Show More Summary

OS X El Capitan beta 4 now available for developers

Apple has released the fourth developer beta for OS X El Capitan. Developers can download this update through the Mac App Store on a Mac running the previous beta version, or grab it from the Mac Developer Resource Center. OS X 10.11 is expected to be released publicly in the fall, adding a number of improvements to the Mac experience. Show More Summary

Apple's App Store and a few other services are experiencing issues

A few Apple services are experiencing issues, according to Apple's System Statuses page. These include the App Store, Apple Music, Apple TV, the Mac App Store, and others. Developing... Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Mark Cuban explains why downloading Snapchat is a huge mistake

Apple Music, App Store, Beats1, iTunes Experiencing Outage

Apple and MTV were supposed to announce the Video Music Award nominees. But it looks like many Apple services are down right now, including the iOS and Mac App Store, Apple Music (and Beats1), Apple TV, the iBooks Store, many iTunes services (iTunes in the Cloud, iTunes Match, iTunes Store, iTunes U) and the Podcasts app. Read More

Zapya cross-platform file transfer app updated with Inbox, Mac support and more

Zapya, the cross-platform file transfer app with more than 300 million users worldwide recently arrived on Windows Phone, and has just been updated in the Windows Phone Store. The app lets you share content with friends on the PC, other Windows Phones, iPhone, iPad, Android and Mac and does so directly from device to […]

Realmac Software's Typed hits the Mac App Store, fixes several bugs

Typed, the Mac text editor from Realmac Software, has hit version 1.2, fixing a number of problems in Typed, including issues with word counts, iFrames, and more. Additionally, Realmac is making Typed available in the Mac App Store for the first time. Show More Summary

Photoshop alternative Affinity Photo now available in Mac App Store

In February, Serif launched a beta version of its image editing application Affinity Photo. The software is a Photoshop alternative designed specifically for Mac OS X, and the beta has been updated several times since the February launch. Serif has just taken the software out of beta and officially launched it in the Mac App Store. Read more

Affinity Photo, a new Photoshop challenger, makes its debut in the Mac App Store

While the beta version of Affinity Photo — launched in February as an independent challenger to Adobe Photoshop — was extremely smooth, usable and bursting at the seams with high-end features, it was still a beta and needed a bit of polish. Show More Summary

On second thought, you can download iTunes 12.2 right now

We literally just posted about the iTunes version required to run Apple Music not being available yet, but it looks like it’s currently available as part of a system update in the Mac App Store. Hey, thanks a lot, Apple. … Read more...

Apple releases GarageBand 10.1 w/ Apple Music Connect publishing, Force Touch, & tons of new content + tools

As promised, Apple has released GarageBand 10.1 through the Mac App Store. The update includes previously highlighted new features including 10 new Drummers, new synths and a ‘Transform Pad’ feature. The update also includes support for Apple’s new Force Touch trackpads from the 12-inch MacBook and 15-inch MacBook Pro. For artists publishing to Apple Music, […]

Apple seeds first developer build of Safari 9.0

Apple has released the first developer preview of Safari 9.0. This update is available to developers via the Mac App Store on OS X Yosemite, in the Updates section. Safari 9.0 is expected to be available later this year, and will contain a number of enhancements to the Safari experience. Show More Summary

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