Apple prides itself with its ability to get existing Mac owners to upgrade to its latest and greatest version of Mac OS X, and OS X 10.7 Lion is no different.
Apple has just released its quarterly earnings report, and many of the figures are, somewhat predictably, the company's highest to date.
If you’re a Mac user and live and breathe Skype, or just use it occasionally to talk to your distant friends, you might be happy to know that the application has been updated to add support for OS X Lion as well as HD video chats. These improvements come in the form of Skype 5.3 which is available to the public today.
Apple today has seeded a new build of OS X Lion 10.7.2 to developers. The update brings an updated version of iCloud, Safari and a new build of Lion (11C35) which is required for the transition from MobileMe to iCloud.
OS X Lion, which hit the market a few weeks ago, includes as many as 250 new features and enhancements. One of those is a brand-new set of desktop backgrounds which would look very nice on any operating system. That's why we put together an archive of all the wallpapers that are built into Lion which you can use with any operating system. Whatever system you're using, some of these will certainly look good.
With the new OS X Lion having such a great start to life curled up inside the Mac, many of those who have built a Hackintosh PC from scratch may be wondering if it is easy enough to upgrade their systems and indulge in all the lovely newness. The answer is yes! Thanks to a fairly straightforward guide written by Tonymac, you could have your Hackintosh running Lion in no time.
OS X Lion, the newest version of Apple's operating system targeted at Mac computers, has sold 1 million copies since it became available yesterday, Apple claims, making this release the fastest-selling version of Mac OS X in Apple's history.
Apple set free OS X Lion to the general public yesterday. The only way to upgrade to the new OS was by way of downloading it from the Mac App Store. Apple has received its fair share of criticism for making Lion download-only. This limitation makes it so that if you have multiple Macs at home, you have to download Lion on each PC (yes, they are personal computers after all) separately. We’re going to solve this issue for you today, by making a Bootable Flash Drive of Lion!
If you've tried Mac OS X Lion, you're probably familiar with its touch-friendly iOS-style scrolling. Just a few weeks ago, we reported on how to get old-style scrolling back on OS X Lion, but what if you want to bring this new form of scrolling to Windows? A simple script can do the trick, read on.
Just after Mac OS X Lion reached the Mac App Store, Apple released iTunes 10.4, an update for the well-known media program that includes several performance enhancements as well as support for Lion's new features.