OS X Yosemite Public Beta Reportedly Coming Later This Month

More than a month after announcing OS X Yosemite at its annual developers conference, Apple will reportedly release the first public beta of the software later this month, according to 9to5Mac. Apple is planning to release a publicly available beta of the upcoming OS X Yosemite later this month, according to sources briefed on the plans. This release … Continue reading OS X Yosemite Public Beta Reportedly Coming Later This Month

Senior Maps Engineer Reportedly Leaving Apple for Uber

Apple has reportedly lost a senior engineer of its Map team to transportation networking start-up Uber, according to an article published by tech site The Information earlier this week. Uber has poached Chris Blumenberg, a senior engineering manager who worked on Apple Maps, according to three people familiar with the move. Blumenberg was one of the first … Continue reading Senior Maps Engineer Reportedly Leaving Apple for Uber

Apple Releases OS X 10.9.4 with Minor Bug Fixes and Stability Improvements

Together with iOS 7.1.2, Apple released a minor update to OS X Mavericks today, with general improvements to stability, compatibility and security. Apple’s full change log for OS X 10.9.4 is as follows: Fixes an issue that prevented some Macs from automatically connecting to known Wi-Fi networks Improves the reliability of wake from sleep Includes … Continue reading Apple Releases OS X 10.9.4 with Minor Bug Fixes and Stability Improvements

Apple Ceases Development of Aperture in Favour of New OS X Photos App

In a somewhat surprising move, Apple announced today that it would be discontinuing development of Aperture, its professional photo editing and management software. The news was first broken by The Loop’s Jim Dalrymple, who is one of the most reliable sources of Apple information. “With the introduction of the new Photos app and iCloud Photo … Continue reading Apple Ceases Development of Aperture in Favour of New OS X Photos App

WWDC Video Highlighting OS X Yosemite UI Redesign Now Available Online

Last Monday at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple unveiled OS X Yosemite, its next-generation operating system for Macs. During its presentation, the company screened a short video highlighting the redesigned user interface of the OS, which it has now posted to YouTube. OS X Yosemite features a redesigned and refined modern UI, with the incorporation … Continue reading WWDC Video Highlighting OS X Yosemite UI Redesign Now Available Online

Code in OS X Yosemite Beta Hints at Retina Displays for iMacs

On Monday, Apple unveiled OS X Yosemite, its next-generation operating system for Macs, at its annual developers conference. Shortly after its presentation, the company released the beta version of the software to developers, with a public beta scheduled for this summer. Developers have been tinkering around with the new OS over the past few days, with … Continue reading Code in OS X Yosemite Beta Hints at Retina Displays for iMacs

Public Beta for OS X Yosemite Available to First Million Sign Ups Only

Earlier today, Apple unveiled OS X Yosemite at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), stating that the beta version of the software would be available to all users – including non-developers – as part of its new OS X beta testing program. However, Apple’s beta program site includes a disclaimer that the program is limited to … Continue reading Public Beta for OS X Yosemite Available to First Million Sign Ups Only