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.
Like we have reported before, registered developers have been able to get their hands on Mac OS X Lion a few weeks ago. Starting today, all users will be able to download the new operating system from the Mac App Store. If you're not yet aware of what Lion will include, read on, we'll fill you in.
Apple confirmed today that it will begin selling OS X Lion, the company's next-generation operating system for traditional computers, tomorrow, July 20th. I hope you have your $29 ready, you'll want to get this upgrade.
The moment we've all been waiting for has arrived: Mac OS X Lion has now reached Golden Master and is now available to all registered Apple Developers. If everything goes as expected, this Golden Master release will be available to all users through the App Store very soon.
Mac OS X 10.6.8, a point release for Snow Leopard, has been released. This update fixes several issues and readies the built-in Mac App Store for the Mac OS X Lion upgrade processor, once it comes out next month.
If a new report from AppleInsider is to be believed, Apple is done planning the next-generation MacBook Air and is sitting on it until Lion, the next version of Mac OS X, is released. If you're planning to get this laptop, you should put it off for one more month.
The final version of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion has finally been unveiled. Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior VP of Worldwide Product Marketing took the stage to announce the release month, July, and went over 10 of the operating system's "250 new features".