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Apple has finally started selling previous versions of OSX on their website. While Mavericks is the latest update some users may still prefer or need the previous Lion and Mountain Lion versions.
At WWDC, Apple announced it would integrate Facebook into its newest operating system. OS X 10.8.2 finally brings the integration with the social network, together with some new features and fixes
Microsoft has announced that Office for Mac 2011 has received an update, which gives people who own the Retina display-based MacBooks full support for the higher resolution display.
Apple CEO Tim Cook repeated the company's "We are in a post-PC world" stance by claiming sales of the iPad tablet have outsold entire PC lines of other PC makers.
If you upgraded to the latest version of OS X Mountain Lion, you could have noticed a severe drop in battery life on your MacBook. With an upcoming update, that should be a problem of the past
Some owners of the new MacBook Pro with the Retina-based display are asking Microsoft to add Retina support to the Mac version of Office, but so far only Outlook 2011 supports Retina.
Apple hasn't updated the desktop Macs for quite some time now, but some new found configuration files hint at new models coming. More interesting though is that they could be lacking an optical drive
A number of Macbook Pro and Macbook Air users are claiming that the upgrade to Apple's Mountain Lion version of OS X is causing a massive amount of battery drain from their laptops.
OS X Mountain Lion has set a sales record according to Apple stating it's their most successful release ever. Although Apple is quiet about further details, there are some figures backing it up.
Apple has revealed that its newest operating system for the Mac, 'Mountain Lion', will be released today for $20. The update focuses on implementing some iOS features into the desktop OS.
Apple's upcoming Mountain Lion operating system update will drop support of some older Mac models, even though they have 64-bit processors. The reason is likely due to older 32-bit graphics drivers.
During the WWDC keynote today, Apple revealed its next Mac OS X update, code name Mountain Lion, would be officially released in July for a $19.99 upgrade price.
A new rumor claims that Apple could be preparing to launch the final version of OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) as early as June, perhaps in time for Apple's WWDC 2012 event.
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A new study claims that Mac users are almost three times more likely to try out an upcoming OS update such as Mountain Lion than Windows PC users are in trying out Windows 8.
A new report claims that the just released beta of Apple's new Messages chat program won't be available anymore to OS X Lion users after the beta period is completed.
Apple's newly revealed Mountain Lion update for OS X has some higher system requirements and as such a number of older Macs, including the first version of the Macbook Air, won't get upgraded.
How does Apple's new Mountain Lion stack up against Windows 8? Both bring a host of new features and integration with their mobile platforms, but with very different approaches.
It's clear that Apple's fighting to maintain consistency with Mountain Lion, and they're unifying their products. However, the company has taken some bold moves to rid itself of software "cruft."
Details are continuing to emerge on Apple's next Mac operating system update, including confirmation of annual OS X updates, and news that Mountain Lion will only be available via the Mac App Store.
Apple has announced the next major upgrade for its OS X operating system, codenamed Mountain Lion. A preview version is available to download now, with the final version due this summer.