Here is what to expect from Apple’s iPhone 6s event on September 9. With Apple having announced the date and venue for its iPhone launch event, expectations now are on an all time high. All eyes are on the Cupertino giant as it prepares to launch its 2015 flagship smartphones.

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Here’s how to get desktop notifications for Gmail in Mac OS X without using Apple’s stock Mail app. Useful for those who use Gmail web app but want notifications to be delivered on desktop even when the web app and the web browser are not in use.

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This handy little tip shows you how to enable the Mac OS X ‘Save As’ option in both third-party and Apple’s own apps that Cupertino-based company killed off a few years ago.

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If you’re a heavy Instagram user, then you probably already hate the fact that the photo-based social network doesn’t offer a desktop app. For Instagram, being mobile-only makes a modicum of sense because it’s all about taking photos and then sharing them with your friends online, which is something you’re less likely to do from a computer. That being said though, even just browsing and searching for images using the Instagram website can be a binding task, so an app would be most welcomed.

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Turn your Mac into a WiFi hotspot! Here’s how to create and share your Mac’s Internet connection with other devices wirelessly using a built-in function in OS X.

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Apple has continued pushing down the development path of its latest iteration of Mac OS X with a new El Capitan Recovery Update that compliments the recently released seventh OS X El Capitan beta. Those who are rigorously testing OS X El Capitan prior to its public launch this fall, can expect this latest update to include significant improvements to the built-in OS X Recovery features that dwell within OS X 10.11 El Capitan.

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The native Finder application is undeniably one of the most useful and widely used app which ships with Apple’s OS X platform. Finder provides access to almost anything, allowing files, folders and connected drives to be viewed and interacted with relative ease. With that said, given how useful Finder is, it’s also extremely infuriating with its Apple imposed limitation, which given the maturity of the app, seems to suggest complacency within Apple. For those Mac lovers out there who want something a little more powerful, allow us to introduce you to Commander One.

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After something of a false start yesterday, Apple has now made two new OS X 10.11 El Capitan betas available to download with both developer and public betas arriving almost simultaneously.

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It is very rare that a large company offering a popular application or service can work on a substantial upgrade to that product without some of the information leaking into the public domain prior to release. Unfortunately for Parallels that’s exactly what happened last month, with the difference being that it was actually an internal leak that let the cat out of the bag. That said, the company’s latest iteration of its virtual machine software, Parallels Desktop 11, is now officially available for Mac OS X users.

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It’s only been a matter of days since Apple issued OS X Yosemite’s latest point release, version 10.10.5, which fixed a number of important security flaws but it looks as there is already additional woe for the Cupertino-based company to consider. On the back of that point release yet another vulnerability within OS X Yosemite has been discovered and made public, this time without actually informing Apple of the issue before allowing the currently unpatched issue to get into the public domain.

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Here’s a guide on how you can use a Windows 10 PC or Mac to play Xbox One games. This is not a hack or something, this is an officially supported feature by Microsoft which lets you stream games off your Xbox One to any computer, be it a Mac or PC, as long as it is running Windows 10.

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It looks as though the predicted refresh of Apple’s wireless keyboard will be happening sooner rather than later. Things may have been quiet on the accessory front since we told you about the updated wireless keyboard that appeared on the Czech Republic Apple Store for a short period of time. Now, it looks as though the game has been given away thanks to a number of new Apple accessories appearing in FCC listings, including what is thought to be a refreshed wireless keyboard as well as a new version of the company’s extremely popular Bluetooth enabled Magic Mouse.

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Here’s how to restore your accidentally deleted iCloud files, contacts, calendars and reminders entries the easy way from iCloud.com.

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OS X Yosemite is close to the end of its active life, and soon to be replaced by the next iteration in OS X, the El Capitan. At a time like this, it’s rather strange to see another update rolling out for Yosemite, but that’s exactly what Apple did today. The Cupertino-based company quietly released Yosemite 10.10.5, which is more of an under-the-hood update that includes a number of bug fixes, most importantly for the DYLD_PRINT_TO_FILE vulnerability.

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Whenever Apple introduces newer versions of its iOS or OS X platforms, it’s generally the marketed and discussed features that garner all of the attention. With iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan currently in the development and testing stages in preparation for a potential September release, there are unannounced inclusions that are being discussed. A Reddit user has discovered a real-time flight tracking feature embedded in iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan that Apple has so far neglected to mention in any of its official discussions regarding the two platforms.

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Apple has just updated Boot Camp for OS X with full support for running Windows 10 on select Mac computers. Now up to version 6, Boot Camp lets you dual-boot OS X with Windows on a Mac computer.

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The following step by step tutorial will help you install Windows 10 on Mac using Boot Camp Assistant software by Apple.

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ZeoBIT, the development company behind the MacKeeper software, has recently been involved in a class action lawsuit that saw it being accused of deceptively tricking customers into purchasing its software with claims that it enhances a Mac’s “speed, performance, and security, by detecting and eliminating harmful errors and threats”. The outcome of that class action lawsuit has ruled against ZeoBIT, determining that customers within the United States or any of its territories who purchased a copy of MacKeeper, are entitled to a complete refund.

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Here’s how to set default Finder window size in Mac OS X the easy way. This handy little tip seems to trick OS X into launching Finder with a consistent size attached to it.

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It’s already been a big week for PC enthusiasts following the release of Windows 10, but Intel has jumped onto the bandwagon by releasing two new processors aimed squarely at the desktop gamers and power users amongst us. The two chips, the Core i7-6700K and Core i5-6600K, are the first of Intel’s sixth-generation Core processors which have been codenamed Skylake.

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