Posts Tagged ‘OS X Mavericks’

OS X Mavericks brought with it a great blend of new feature additions mixed perfectly with enough power-saving ability to make the operating system a great option for Apple’s desktop and notebook using consumers. However, with the initial seed of a new OS there is always going to be a few bugs that managed to slip through the pre-release controlled beta test. If you are one of those perturbed users who has been experiencing some difficulties with the native Mavericks Mail app working alongside a Gmail email account, then hopefully today’s Mavericks update will offer up a solution to those woes.

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Users all over the world are having their say about the relatively recent revelations of spying and stealth information capture that seems to be standard practice within certain departments. That heightened sense of awareness hasn’t been helped by the fact that a keen eyed programmer came across a block of code in Apple’s new OS for the Mac – OS X Mavericks – that suggests that the Californian giants are watching us. As we expected, it turns out that jumping to an initial conclusion without all of the evidence generally ends up with the wrong assumption being reached.

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Whenever a new OS is released on any platform, there usually lies a series of hidden gems and goodies within, and OS X Mavericks, which released earlier on this week at Apple’s special iPad event, is no exception to the rule. As well as the new stock wallpapers, there are 43 “hidden” backgrounds on offer to those on the new, California-themed flavor of OS X, and although they don’t necessarily relate to the fruit company’s home state, they are still rather easy on the eye. If you are looking for some alternative backdrops for your newly-updated Mac, then check out the details after the jump!

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As far as the last twenty-four hours have gone, the news cycle has been dominated by new hardware. New iPads, new MacBook Pros and a new Mac Pro have been enough to take attention away from possibly the biggest thing to ship straight after Apple’s media event finished yesterday.

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OS X Mavericks, Apple’s newly-released update to its famed desktop operating system, may not offer a mind-boggling set of new features and improvements to the naked eye, but in actual fact, the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air notebooks both look set to reap the benefits of extended battery life.

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Step by step tutorial on how to create a bootable OS X Mavericks USB flash drive for installing Mavericks on your Mac as a clean install.

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At this time of year, Apple makes many changes to its software products as the new hardware continues to filter through, and along with today’s big announcements, it looks as though a small, but notable update to iTunes is also in the pipeline. iTunes 11.1.2 should be available very, very soon to everyone around the globe, and with support for OS X Mavericks, bug fixes and enhanced language support, will definitely be worth picking up.

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Apple’s much anticipated event today came to a close a few hours back, but left the blogosphere abuzz in its wake with news and views on all the great tech that the Cupertino-based company showcased, including OS X Mavericks, the new iPads, a fresh MacBook Pro, the behemoth that they call Mac Pro, along with software improvements like iWork and iLife. There was so much more that the event had to offer, and here, we’re going to provide a quick run down in case you missed the action earlier. The event is also available to stream online again, link for which is given at the end of this post.

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Having been announced all the way back at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, OS X Mavericks — Apple’s first break from the series of “big cat” releases of the desktop operating system — is now ready for public consumption. Available as a free download to those starting from OS X Snow Leopard all the way to Mountain Lion, it brings quite a few changes from last year’s release of OS X Mountain Lion, and if you’ve been waiting for the update following last month’s release of iOS 7, you can now go ahead and get started with Mavericks.

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The iPad media event has just kicked off and Craig Federighi has announced the final availability of OS X Mavericks along with its pricing structure. More details can be found right here.

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Today, Apple will be making some pretty significant announcements at their special media event, with the iPad 5 and Retina iPad mini both expected to be showcased alongside a number of other products and services. It mightn’t always be the case that Apple events are streamed online for all to see, but thankfully, those looking to follow the action in its entirety can do so via live stream.

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We are now just a couple of days away form Apple’s media event – an event that we all expect the company to announce at least two new iPads at. With that in mind though, it’s also an event that we suspect will see one or two other products shown off, even if they aren’t all quite ready to ship.

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