Yesterday, Apple rolled out OS X 10.10.3 beta download, the next big desktop update that, among a couple of minor changes, will bring an all-new Photos app to the fore. Being the focal point, much has been made of the Photos revamp and its replacement of both iPhoto and Aperture, but after some digging into the new software, it’s not the only perk of this impending update.

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When you make a purchase on an auction site like eBay, there’s an element of trust and a great dose of user integrity involved. You buy something expecting to receive the item as described / presented, but there are always going to be issues with this format. One user discovered this in quite bizarre circumstances recently when he snapped up the apparent bargain of the century with the $450 purchase of a MacBook, only to find, upon delivery, that it was just a picture of the device. Ouch!

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This handy little Mac app lets you control your media content using Kinect like gestures. More details and download link can be found right here after the break.

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OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 beta 1 download with brand new Photos app for Mac has been seeded to developers and testers. Complete details on the update and the new Photos app can be found right here.

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Last year’s cycle of Apple keynotes followed a fairly recognized pattern, with the Worldwide Developers’ Conference in June swiftly followed up by the iPhone (and Apple Watch) event in September and the iPad refreshes shortly thereafter. But with a new smartwatch on the horizon, one which, as Tim Cook mentioned last week, is on track for April release, we know that there’ll be at least one major event before this summer’s developer gathering, and according to a new report, the Cupertino is planning to hold a major announcement at the end of this month.

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Here’s how you can free up your iPhone, iPad full storage space the easy way. Very useful for those with 16GB iOS devices. More details and download link can be found right here.

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If you’re feeling rather bored this weekend or a snow storm has disrupted all your end-of-the-week plans, you could always indulge yourself into the world of Mac and iOS games and apps. With plenty of paid apps always up for grabs totally free of cost for a limited period, here’s a rundown of some of our picks from the App and Mac App Store which you can snap up today.

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Apple has just released iTunes 12.1 for OS X Yosemite which includes a Notification Center widget for controlling all your music playback on the fly. More details on the update and where to get it from can be found right here.

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If you’re in ownership of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and looking for some decent deals on great apps, then we have a bumper list of savings below. Make no mistake, featured in this run-down are some of the very best apps in the business, and thanks to the App Store’s ‘Get Productive’ initiative, most of those featured will actually help you to get stuff done rather than melt your brain.

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The Pushbullet app, which has been around for Android users for quite a while, has gained full support for iPhone, iPad, and is now also available for Mac and Safari. Head on over after the jump for more on this release.

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Huge iPhone sales saw Apple post equally huge profits for the past quarter, according to the firm’s quarterly earnings call.

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OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 update is now available to download for all Macs out there. The complete changelog, and details on where to download it from can be found right here.

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Apple’s iCloud Web service has been treated to one or two housekeeping updates, including an all-new zoom feature and, more notably, the ability to send photos through email à la iOS. Full details after the break.

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If you don’t already have Tweetbot for Mac then you’re out of luck, because the popular Twitter app has now been pulled form the Mac App Store following reports of widespread authentication issues.

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Free stuff is always enticing, and while Apple may have scrapped the ‘iTunes Single of the Week’ freebie offer a short time ago, the Cupertino giant is back with a new section for those seeking fresh content without the usual fee. The aptly-named ‘Free on iTunes’ section includes songs from recording artists as well as TV shows from some renowned networks, although right now, it appears reserved for consumers in the United States.

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Release date of Apple Watch and new 12-inch MacBook Air has been confirmed by a reliable source. More details can be found right here after the jump.

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Looking forward to Apple revealing its 12-inch must-haves this year? These iPad Air Plus and 12-inch MacBook Air concept renderings will help compare the two devices side by side, especially the size. Head on after the jump for further details.

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The weekend’s here, and as always, we’re back with a handful of paid iOS and Mac apps that have gone free for a limited period. Catch us after the break for more details.

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A new iOS and accompanying Mac app make it possible to unlock your computer using Touch ID, even if Apple hasn’t yet put a fingerprint sensor on its computers.

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The rumors of a reported 12-inch MacBook Air are gathering pace and with the old adage of there being no smoke without fire very much in our minds, the latest leak to almost confirm the device’s existence includes photographs of what appears to be a screen set for the phantom notebook.

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