Apple today has released beta 1 of watchOS 2.2 for the Apple Watch, tvOS 9.2 for the Apple TV 4, and OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 for the Mac. Here are all the details about what has changed in these pre-release versions.

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Facebook may be working on a Messenger app for Mac OS X, if a blurry photo leaked is of any indication. The photo, which appears to show a Facebook employee using the app, may be the first glimpse we’ve had of an official Facebook Messenger app on the Mac.

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Apple’s new 2015 MacBook is set to endure the same fate as MacBook Air before it after CES 2016 saw the introduction of not one, not two but three new notebook computers that look all too familiar.

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Griffin has announced a new USB-C cable plus adapter called BreakSafe which brings MagSafe to Apple’s 12-inch MacBook. Here are the details.

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Just what product releases should we expect from Apple in 2016? With iPhone 7, iPad Air 3, Apple Watch 2 and an updated Mac lineup expected to hit Apple Stores this year, it seems like another big year for the Cupertino company.

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Check out this video of an iPad Air 2 running Mac OS 7.5.5 and 6.0.1. This comes in almost a year after the device was shown booting up Windows 98.

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Twitter has finally updated its Mac OS X app to version 4.0 with support for GIFs, inline video playback, the Quote Tweet functionality, a dark theme, Notification Center Widget for Today, and more.

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Snapdrop is a free, browser-based cross-platform alternative to AirDrop that lets you transfer files between your computer and mobile devices over WiFi. This is how it works.

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Popular open-source game emulator for Mac OS X, OpenEmu, has been updated to version 2.0.1, adding support for Nintendo 64, the original PlayStation and 14 other game consoles. The update also brings an improved user interface, real-time game rewinding, save states and a screenshot organizer, among other things.

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App Santa returns with upto 80-percent discount on premium iOS and Mac apps in time for Christmas 2015. We have the complete app list right here.

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If you’re an aspiring artist in possession of Apple’s latest and hottest tablet, the iPad Pro, along with the talent-inducing Apple Pencil, there is come great news for you. The popular and sought-after Astropad app for iPad has just been updated with some iPad Pro + Apple Pencil specific feature improvements giving the Apple-branded stylus a much finer ability when drawing.

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Here’s how you can add AirPlay and mirroring functionality to Amazon’s Fire TV Stick and turn it into a great cheap Apple TV alternative for traveling.

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Here’s how to watch Star Wars in ASCII via Telnet using Windows Command Prompt or Mac OS X Terminal. May the Force be with you.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens motion picture soundtrack is now available on Apple Music and iTunes. Check out the complete track list right here.

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After releasing iOS 9.2.1 beta 1 earlier today, Apple has now released its first OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 beta to developers, with beta 1 version arriving in the hands of testers just a week after final version of OS X 10.11.2 was made available to the public. That release was a minor one, bringing with it a host of bug fixes as well as performance improvements for all manner of things including WiFi and AirDrop.

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Here are 5 of Apple’s worst design decisions made in the year 2015. Apple gets the design of its products right most of the time, but when it doesn’t, this is what happens.

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The best apps and games on iOS (iPhone and iPad), OS X (Mac), tvOS (Apple TV) and watchOS (Apple Watch) of the year 2015.

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Final version of OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan is now available to download. Here’s what is new and how to grab the update right now!

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Apple has today taken the development of OS X El Capitan to the next stage by releasing a fifth beta seed of 10.11.2 El Capitan to both with registered developer accounts and public beta testers. The availability of this particular seed represents yet more progress as the Cupertino-based company looks to find itself in a position where the latest version of the platform is deemed ready to be officially issued to the public.

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Apple is rumored to debut two new thinner and redesigned MacBook Air models at WWDC 2016. The new Airs are said to come in 13 and 15-inch sizes. Here are the details.

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