20 Years Of Mac OS X & The Beginning Of A New Era For Mac

Exactly 20 years ago, the time had come for Apple to let loose a completely new generation of Mac OS – Mac OS X. After a months-long public beta, the final version of Mac OS X 10.0.0 was released, only to receive a mixed response. Although the operating system certainly showed potential, it also came with several serious weaknesses – leading to difficulties with productive use.
Thursday, Mar 25, 2021, 14:46 Mac: Software
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Tuesday, Jul 06, 2021, 23:13 Software

macOS Monterey's Low Power Mode Explained

The iPhone has already had a power-saving mode for years, and now, it's finally the MacBook's turn. However, there are some significant differences between the feature on the iPhone/iPad and on the Mac – accompanied by the fact that support for the new feature is restricted to newer models.
 
Friday, Jun 25, 2021, 17:12 Economy

The App Store: How Windows 11 Could Be Dangerous For Apple

Over the past few years, Microsoft has managed to change its image from that of a "big tech company" to one more focused on diversity and defending the small guy. In Windows 11, Redmond is now whipping out the guns with what can be seen as a direct attack on Apple's "App Store tax" – which could bring the App Store to waver.
 
Friday, Jun 18, 2021, 14:42 Software

iPadOS 15: Files App To Receive Features Similar To macOS (Video Included)

Apple's tablets are being used more frequently as professional, productivity devices in colleges, schools, and offices. The new iPad Pro is also starting to look even more like a powerful notebook in terms of its hardware and thanks to thunderbolt, the device can effortlessly be connected with external data carriers. According to reports, Apple is expanding the File app's features in iPadOS 15 to mirror those of macOS a bit more.
 
Monday, Jun 07, 2021, 21:15 Mac: Software

Apple Announces macOS 12 "Monterrey"

One year after macOS 11, macOS 12 is going to arrive - as expected, Apple counts with whole version numbers from now on. Apple chose Monterrey as the name - and gave the Mac system numerous new features. We summarize everything there is to know about Monterrey.
 
Thursday, May 13, 2021, 20:45 Tips & Reports

Why macOS Updates Are So Large & Take So Long

In the last few weeks, Apple has released a rapid-fire series of updates for macOS 11.2. According to the release notes, the updates only contain a few patches but there's been a change to the version number nonetheless. The updates were also quite large, taking most users quite a while to install them.