Traveling, or can’t get the one table at your favorite coffeeshop next to the power outlet? You should know these secrets of power-saving.
One in 10 is a paltry figure compared to how fast Apple’s mobile software is updated by its users. But the speed of OS X Mountain Lion’s uptake on desktop Macs is unprecedented for Apple’s desktop software.
Whether you are upgrading from an older version of OS X, or you are switching from a PC to a Mac, you’ll want to know how to do each of the following 10 things once you have Apple’s new OS X Mountain Lion software installed.
With every major upgrade of OS X, there will be questions: When should I upgrade, why should I upgrade, will the upgrade work for me, and what should I expect? With the recent release of OS X Mountain Lion, we answer these questions and more.
The PC market had one of its worst quarters in a long time, with worldwide sales dipping 0.1 percent and U.S. sales dropping 10.6 percent. It’s not just the effect of th general transition to mobile that’s taking place — there’s also a lot of waiting going on.
Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: a more walkable, community-oriented Apple campus proposal, see which older Macs won’t update to Mountain Lion, Apple’s part in the mobile patent mess, and a future with Siri-powered robots.
Apple continues to tweak the upcoming version of its Mac desktop operating system, OS X Mountain Lion. The changes made recently to the developer preview are good indications of what we’ll see when the final version goes live this summer. Here’s an overview of those changes.
Rapid adoption of OS X Mountain Lion would clearly threaten Microsoft. But after digging into Apple’s new operating system, Edward Aten of Swift.fm thinks it poses a threat to another, less obvious, company — the current leader in the consumer cloud, Facebook.
The major new features in Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion are what everyone is talking about, but with every release of OS X, the company makes some smaller changes that escape the notice of most. We take a look at some of those changes.
Many school districts are rolling out student programs, where most computing is done with the iPad. By more closely integrating with iOS, the upcoming OS X Mountain Lion release should help in schools that make heavy use of iPads and still want to use Macs.