Apple has finally made OS X Lion and Mountain Lion available as free downloads for Mac. Here is everything you need to know about this.
OS X has long been regarded by Apple as the pinnacle of safe computing, while consumers have also been under the impression that by using a Mac, you're almost certainly protected from the bugs, malware and security leaks plaguing PC users.
All those iPhone 4S and Siri fans who can't put the intelligent assistant down due to their love of her dulcet tones will be more than happy to find out that you can give your Mac Siri’s voice, yes, make your Mac sound just like Siri! When Apple launched OS X Lion; they introduced a large array of new features, with one of the main ones being the inclusion of Nuance powered speech technology.
Apple has just released a minor update to its OS X Lion operating system for public consumption. Now at version 10.7.3, the latest update to the “world’s most advanced operating system” comes with support for new languages as well as the usual dose of bug fixes.
Mac OS X has been run on non-Apple computers before, but today we’ll show you a pretty impressive new port a developer has reported on tonymacx86. He has been able run OS X Lion 10.7.2 on his Samsung Series 7 Slate, or as he calls it now: HacPro Touch. The catch is that an external monitor such as a TV is needed to run Lion successfully.
Apple has released OS X Lion 10.7.3 (11d16) to developers earlier this afternoon. This is the third update to the new Mac operating system.
If you've ever attempted to install OS X Lion onto your PC (a process known as hackintosh), you will be aware that although the result is pretty good, the effort required to get you there is quite high in what is a rather tedious process.
Apple has just unleashed an updated version of OS X Lion to the general public. Numbered at 10.7.2, the latest update to the “world’s most advanced operating system” comes with support for iCloud along with usual stability and performance enhancements.
Chrome, the popular web browser developed by Google, has just been updated to version 14 and brings with it a few notable changes.
Cydia is crammed full of various themes, of which the majority are made specifically for Winterboard; and let's face it, the most of them - barring a few exceptions - are also pretty poor. Whilst it's nice have the capacity to add a little personal flavor proceedings, a quick check on YouTube's array of iPhone tutorial videos suggest that tackiness often seems to prevail.