Posts Tagged ‘OS X Mavericks’

This handy little tip shows you how to enable the Mac OS X ‘Save As’ option in both third-party and Apple’s own apps that Cupertino-based company killed off a few years ago.

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It’s only been a matter of days since Apple issued OS X Yosemite’s latest point release, version 10.10.5, which fixed a number of important security flaws but it looks as there is already additional woe for the Cupertino-based company to consider. On the back of that point release yet another vulnerability within OS X Yosemite has been discovered and made public, this time without actually informing Apple of the issue before allowing the currently unpatched issue to get into the public domain.

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Even though we’re now on the cusp of OS X Yosemite 10.10, it’s worth remembering that Mavericks is till the current version of Apple’s Mac software, and with reports suggesting that Yosemite won’t hit the Mac App Store until mid-to-late October, it’s likely to stay that way for at least another month. Thus, Apple has just rolled out OS X Mavericks 10.9.5, and with plenty of bug fixes and general performance enhancements, is worth taking the time to download.

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Although we’ve been largely sidetracked with the goings on of OS X 10.10 Yosemite and iOS 8, Apple is still working on improvements for the current software line-up, and in conjunction with the release of iOS 7.1.2 for those rocking an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, the company has also rolled out OS X Mavericks 10.9.4. As implied by the build number, the update is a rather rudimentary one, with fixes to Wi-Fi and a slight bump for Safari, among a couple of other tweaks, and below, we’ve got a full round-up.

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Apple just announced and released the Developer Preview of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, and although the forthcoming Mac software update offers a little more than a few cosmetic changes, it is indeed those aesthetic tweaks that are most noticeable about this particular version. Here, we take a look at Yosemite’s UI elements versus the corresponding design of the preceding OS X 10.9 Mavericks, and although it doesn’t, on the whole, feel as dramatic a departure from tradition as iOS 7 did back in September of last year, the breakdown really hits home how much work Apple’s design team has put in.

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Today is fairly busy as far as Apple software is concerned, and off the back of the iTunes 11.2.2 release to the general public on Windows and Mac, the Cupertino giant has just seeded OS X 10.9.4 Mavericks to developers. At this point in time, we don’t know precisely what is packed into the latest beta, but with the recently-released OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 having proved problematic for some users – particularly those running the all-new Mac Pro – here’s to hoping that Apple has worked on refining the overall experience.

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If you use any operating system for any real length of time, then you start to put together your own list of neat little tricks that make your life easier, or let you do your work to a higher standard. Some people call this being a ‘power user,’ but no matter what you call yourself, we suspect that we’ve got some Mac OS X tips that you probably don’t know. In fact, some probably even qualify for the ‘secret’ tag, such is our confidence that they’re underused.

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Apple today released OS X Maverick 10.9.3, after a considerable amount of developer testing. Having been given the build number 13D61, it is now ready to download from the Mac App Store, and you can catch all of the key details on this release right after the break.

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Hot on the heels of Apple’s latest OS X Mavericks seed to registered developers, it is being reported that Apple is close to releasing OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 to the public. Tuesday’s 13D55 beta seed that landed in the inboxes of interested parties marked the continuation of OS X and gave developers a chance to test and give feedback on the latest features and improvements to be added. The latest reports are suggesting that Apple is happy with the progression of the test firmware and will be in a position to publicly release the update very soon.

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Apple’s OS X Mavericks was first announced back at this year’s WWDC, and although it hasn’t really brought any earth-moving changes, it has somewhat enhanced the desktop operating system from last year’s Mountain Lion. Having rolled out very recently, work as been ongoing with regards to changes and improvements, and today, Apple has seeded the first OS X 10.9.2 Mavericks beta to developers.

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Apple has been seeding various builds of OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 to beta testers and AppleCare employees for a few weeks now, and today the final shipping version has been made available as a free update for all Macs running the latest version of Apple’s operating system, OS X Mavericks.

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As part of their continued efforts to improve the overall functionality and stability of Mavericks, Apple has today distributed the first seed of OS X 10.9.1 to registered developers. The same 10.9.1 seed that has been released into the developer portal has also previously been distributed amongst specific Apple internal employees with the hope of ensuring that everything runs as smoothly as possible before it gets installed onto the machines of end-users.

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