Last year, roughly a month before Apple released OS X Mountain Lion, it extended its beta program to certain Apple Retail Store staff members. This year, the company appears to be doing something similar. 9to5Mac reports that retailShow More Summary
During the WWDC Keynote presentation last week, Apple executive Craig Federighi showed off Mac OS X Mavericks. One of the new features is more substantial support for multiple monitors. In Mountain Lion, there are issues with using full-screen apps on setups with multiple monitors. Show More Summary
Dear LH, I currently use Mac OS X Mountain Lion, but I tend to upgrade to new operating system versions as soon as they are released. I’m wondering if Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks will be able to run all of my Mountain Lion applications or if I will need to wait for these apps to be updated. Show More Summary
In the unfortunate event that you ever forget or lose the password to log in to your Mac running OS X Mountain Lion, hope does not have to be lost. Instead of fiddling around with recovery mode and terminal, you can easily reset it using your Apple ID as long as you've enabled your user profile to use that option. Show More Summary
In Mac OS X Mountain Lion, you can tie your actual Apple ID to your OS X user account fairly easily. In most cases, this will be your iCloud account. There are many good reasons to do this, but this biggest is that if you ever forget your desktop login password, you can reset it via your Apple ID leaving no need to use recovery mode to reset it. Show More Summary
Here’s The List Of Macs Compatible With OS X Mavericks My 2007 iMac just manages to squeeze in, just as it did with Mountain Lion. Majority Of Americans Support Government Phone Tracking Would you rather have security or privacy? Chris Hadfield, Astronaut Extraordinaire, Announces His Retirement That’s a surprise. Show More Summary
Apple on Monday unveiled OS X 10.9 Mavericks during its Worldwide Developers Conference keynote. The company’s latest OS X operating system brings improved support for multiple displays and enhancements to the Finder, Notification Center and more. Show More Summary
According to the release notes accompanying Monday's OS X 10.9 Mavericks Developer Preview, the OS is compatible with all Macs able to run the current version of Apple's desktop operating system, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
A whole new generation of naming for OS X.
Cupertino has been known to share a stat or two during its WWDC keynotes, so it's hardly a surprise that the company just dropped some sales figures for its Mountain Lion. According to Tim Cook, 28 million copies of the OS have shipped, making it the best-selling Mac release of all time. Show More Summary
Apple’s software guy, Craig Federighi, joked about calling the next version of OS X “Sea Lion” today at WWDC. He said that the company didn’t want to delay the release due to a “lack of cat names.” Instead, the company is taking a new direction. Now OS X will be named after parts of California, [...]Show More Summary
At WWDC 2013 today, Apple CEO Time Cook announced it has sold 28 million Mountain Lion copies to date. Furthermore, the company revealed 35 percent of Mac users are on... Keep reading ?
Tim Cook has just announced that 28 million copies of Mountain Lion has been shipped to date, making it the best-selling OS X ever. 35% of the Mac install base are running OS X 10.8. The Mac now has a user base of 72 million. What's more, the MacBook is the #1 US notebook and the iMac is the #1 US desktop. Show More Summary
Apple's Craig Frederighi said that the company was facing a big problem with the latest update to its Mac operating system OS X. Having used names like Panther, Leopard, and Mountain Lion for past updates, Frederighi said the company...Show More Summary
Answering probably the biggest question regarding the Macintosh Operating System, Apple revealed today that the tenth iteration of its OS X system will be dubbed Mavericks. 10.9, which replaces OS X Mountain Lion, comes much later in the year than its predecessor, following reports that OS X developers were pulled from the project to help […]
We're less than 24 hours out now from this years highly anticipated WWDC keynote, and we're continuing our look back on past events today with the 2011 presentation from Moscone West. Continuing the tradition of the previous 3 years, 2011 saw, the unveiling of iOS 5, OS X 10.7 Lion, and iCloud. Show More Summary
OS X has long let you encrypt external drives, and even your Mac HD. Mountain Lion has actually made it even easier to encrypt external disks with just a few clicks. It's sometimes a good idea to do so on items such as backup disks.Show More Summary
If you use the default Mail app on your Mac and you're running OS X Mountain Lion, you can add a sender to your VIP list just as easily as you can on your iPhone or iPad. VIP list basically will filter out emails you want based on who is sending them, therefore making finding messages a lot easier. Show More Summary
From the initial preview to its final release, Mountain Lion took a journey that lasted over five months and saw 269 builds of the update before finally going gold in July of 2012. In fact, it was more than a month after its big WWDC keynote that Apple finally got OS X 10.8 out the door. Show More Summary
While iMessage has its own native Mac app, you also have the ability to quickly send an iMessage via the Contacts app if you're running OS X Mountain Lion. Whether you're looking for a specific number or not done looking through your...Show More Summary