Now that 4k monitors are hitting the market, it might be time for OS X to support scaling on these high-resolution displays. If the beta of OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 is in any indication, the feature should be coming very soon.
With the redesign of iOS 7, release of OS X Mavericks, and updated versions of the iWork and iLife apps, Apple continues to blur the lines on what is a desktop feature and what is a mobile feature.
Although many expected it to make an appearance alongside iOS 7, a new report suggests that Apple’s OS X Mavericks won’t be released until October.
The early reviews have been dribbling out this week. Overall, they’re positive. But if there’s a theme, it’s that these are small ticks forward for its desktop OS.
Developers playing with the previews of Safari for iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks have discovered the inclusion of Russia’s leading search engine as an option in some countries for the first time.
OS X gets a new look and name: Mavericks was introduced at Apple’s WWDC event and has much familiarity to iOS in both look and behind-the-scenes technology.