Here’s a complete step by step guide on how to enable and use the Instant Hotspot feature between a Mac running OS X Yosemite and iOS 8.1 running iPhone or iPad.

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Here’s how you can enable OS X Yosemite’s Continuity / Handoff features on unsupported Macs the easy way with OS X Continuity Activation Tool.

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Apple’s new iMac with Retina 5K display is more than just a pretty screen, and after recent Geekbench speed runs showed that the new Mac is faster than the older model that it now sits above in Apple’s product lineup, the next machine in its sights was always going to be the Mac Pro.

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Here’s a complete step by step guide on how to record video of iPhone and iPad screen on iOS 8 using OS X Yosemite.

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With the Handoff feature now live for everyone to take advantage of, and having integrated iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, users have really taken a liking to what may be one of the hottest features Apple has thrown at users in a while.

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Here’s how to send and receive SMS text messages between your iPhone, iPad and Mac running iOS 8.1 and OS X Yosemite respectively.

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Apple’s big event from last week may universally be known as ‘the iPad event,’ but it certainly wasn’t the only new product to be announced by Tim Cook and his bevy of vice presidents. Proving that there is indeed no smoke without fire, Apple unveiled its first desktop with a Retina display, and it just so happens to be built into a new iMac that has people climbing over themselves to order.

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Apple has just revealed the details of its quarterly earnings for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2014, which covers the three months leading up to September 27th. Bolstered by strong early iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sales, the figures make for impressive reading, particularly for those with a stake in the company, and with both profits and revenue up on this time last year, things are shaping up very nicely ahead of exciting new products like the Apple Watch.

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Here’s how to enable and use Handoff between iOS 8 iPhone and iPad devices and your compatible Mac running OS X Yosemite. Complete with step by step tutorial.

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Here’s a complete step by step guide on how you can enable Dark Mode in OS X Yosemite for use in low light conditions.

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Here’s a complete step by step guide on how to do a clean install of OS X Yosemite on your Mac. The final build of OS X Yosemite is now available for download with a huge range of Macs being supported. On paper, if your Mac can run Mavericks, then you’re eligible to install Yosemite, and that too for free.

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The following step by step tutorial will help you create a OS X Yosemite USB flash drive that is bootable for a clean install on supported Macs.

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Well, it’s been quite the day of announcements in Cupertino. Still reeling from the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus announcement and then subsequent pre-order fiasco followed by launch, we then had to put up with Bendgate fiasco. Now Apple has bestowed upon us a whole new collection of goodies for us to lust after and if we’re really lucky, place orders for. They say that time stands still for no man, and that’s doubly true if you’re working at 1 Infinite Loop.

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Apple has updated its iWork suite of apps with a bunch of new features for both OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. The complete set of changes along with direct download links can be found right here.

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With all the excitement surrounding the release of new hardware alongside the public release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, it’s easy to miss some of the smaller, almost stealthy going-ons at Apple. One of those is the release of iTunes 12.0.1 that has just gone live for Mac OS X and Windows users.

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The wait is over. You can now download Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite final for your Mac right now. Apple’s OS X 10.10 Yosemite was announced all the way back at this year’s WWDC event in June, and since then, we’ve followed its progress continually as it has sauntered through the Developer Previews and Public Betas. Recently, it reached Golden Master status, and with a couple of further GMs having subsequently rolled out as the Cupertino applied the finishing touches, Yosemite is finally ready for the masses. The FINAL release is now upon us, and we’ve all the details of how you can get hold of it right here.

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Today’s special event hosted by Apple at its Cupertino headquarters saw quite a few updates to Apple’s device lineup, which includes the all new iPad Air 2, the iPad mini 3 (with Retina display), the gorgeous 5K iMac, and a number of software enhancements and announcements available either today, or promised just round the corner for next week. One small yet significant product announcement, that, for some, might have even gone unnoticed, was an update to the Mac mini. That’s correct; after all these years, Apple has finally announced an update to the square box computer that’s hardly any bigger than a set-top box for your PC yet rivals many competitive desktop PCs in power and features.

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The moment we’ve all been waiting for is here: Apple has taken wraps off the new 27-inch iMac with Retina display. More details can be found right here after the fold!

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The moment we all have been waiting for is finally here! Apple CEO Tim Cook has just taken the stage at Cupertino, which obviously means the iPad / Mac event has begun. Cook has kicked off things by announcing a number of stats and updates regarding Apple’s performance over the past year.

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Here we are again, with just a few hours into the run-up to the October 16th Apple event. Apple has chosen to go with a slightly low key venue this time around, holding the event at the Apple Campus in Cupertino, California. Earlier the fruit company’s glitzy iPhone 6/6 Plus event in September, was held at the Flint Center that could seat 2,405 people, and was concluded with a performance by U2.

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