Alongside beta 3 of iOS 8, Apple has released the third preview of OS X 10.10 Yosemite to developers. The update is available in the Mac App Store and under Software Update. We’ll be updating this post with new discoveries. You can let us know what you find at email@example.com.
For the rest of September, MacUpdate has a solid $49.99 9 app bundle on its hands. All of the bundled titles represent the newest releases and will be compatible with the upcoming OS X 10.9 Mavericks release. ($50 too much? ‘Name your own price’ for this bundle). The $49.99 bundle includes:
1. ScreenFlow 4 –
$99.99 – The best way to record screencasts on a Mac.
2. TechTool Pro 7 –
$99.99 – The latest version of the powerful system utility.
3. Civilization V: Gold Edition –
$49.99 – Best-selling strategy game, packed with extra content
4. PDFpen 6 –
$59.95 – The all-purpose, easy-to-use PDF editor.
5. Snapheal Pro –
$39.99 – The easiest way to remove objects and enhance your photos.
6. DeltaWalker –
$39.95 – Compare and merge files and folders.
7. Vitamin-R 2 –
$29.99 – Boost your productivity by enhancing your on-task focus.
8. Choco 2 –
$29.99 – Design gorgeous photo collages with ease.
9. Aurora 5 –
$14.95 – The most versatile alarm clock for your Mac.
In addition, bundle buyers can save more with these optional upgrades: Read more
As of today, Twitter is baked into both iOS and
MacOS X on a relatively low-level. Apple’s own social network Ping has yet to gather any steam in the marketplace. Facebook and Google are both growing their social networks like crazy while they are increasing in value.
Apple has $100 billion in its pocket, and CEO Tim Cook said at a recent Goldman Sachs event that he is looking for innovative ways to spend the money.
Do you think Apple will buy Twitter? If so, when?Read more
We were just rummaging through our web logs today to see how many of you guys have been upgrading to Lion. Imagine our surprise when we saw that 53% of Mac users who visit 9to5mac have already done the update. Here is the breakdown:
Today’s MacOS breakdown on 9to5mac
While our readership isn’t necessarily indicative of the larger Mac community, it does show that you guys have jumped in the deep end in a big way. We should note that a full 10% of our readers were on Lion on Monday (below), having downloaded it ahead of time. Apple today announced that a million people had upgraded to Lion overall, making it the fastest MacOS update in history. Read more
Lion just hit the Mac App Store!! Ladies and Gentlemen, start your downloads!
The $29.99 download is 3.5GB so your download times may vary. After Lion downloads we are expecting an update to iWork shortly as well. On the hardware side we are expecting some new Sandy Bridge MacBook Airs, new Mac Minis and a new Thunderbolt Display as well.
How fast is your download? Are you getting the good speed? Full specs and details below: