6 Reasons to Install OS X Yosemite Today

If you own a newer Mac it's a great time to install the OS X Yosemite update.

The free OS X Yosemite update is available for download bringing new features to even your old Mac. We’ll outline six reasons you should install OS X Yosemite today. After only a little trouble on the OS X Yosemite release date this week, it’s time for many users to think about installing the OS X 10.10 […]

How to Perform a Clean Install of OS X Yosemite

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OS X Yosemite is officially out and ready for the public. It’s the latest OS X version from Apple and it comes with a heap of new features, including an all new look and Handoff (which lets you go back and forth on your iPhone or iPad with certain tasks). OS X Yosemite is available […]

10 OS X Yosemite Release Date Tips

Avoid installing on the OS X Yosemite release date if you aren't at home base.

The OS X Yosemite release date is here and if you plan to upgrade to OS X 10.10 there are some tips to make sure your Yosemite update is a smooth one. Apple’s OS X Yosemite update is available for a lot of Macs, even older ones, and it is a free update, which means a […]

How Long will the OS X Yosemite Download Take?

Here's how long the OS X Yosemite download should take.

We’re still waiting for the OS X Yosemite release time to arrive after the special event, but we can help you figure out if you have time for the OS X Yosemite download today. The OS X Yosemite download link is not on the App Store yet, but it should appear in the next several […]

Will OS X Yosemite Release Today?

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Apple will be hosting their annual fall event later today to unveil what we think will be the iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, and a Retina iMac. OS X Yosemite is also expected to be another talking point, but will Apple release the new operating system today? OS X Yosemite was first announced back […]

Retina iMac Release Date Rumors Clear Up

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Tomorrow is when Apple will officially announce a handful of new products, most likely the iPad Air 2 and a new iMac sporting a Retina display. However, the new desktop all-in-one might not see an official launch until later in the year. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the rumored 27-inch Retina iMac will […]

Retina iMac May Launch Next Month During iPad Air 2 Event

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It’s been a while since we’ve heard rumors about Retina-equipped iMacs, but new reports suggest that Apple will unveil new iMacs next month during its iPad Air 2 event that will come equipped with Retina displays. According to both 9to5Mac and Apple insider Jack March, Apple is preparing to launch a new 27-inch iMac model […]

Mac Mini 2014 Release Could Arrive Next Month

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The rumor mill has been awfully quiet about the next-generation Mac Mini, but a new report suggests that we’ll see a refresh next month during the iPad event. According to MacRumors, Apple is expected to launch a new Mac Mini in October during the company’s iPad event and OS X Yosemite launch. This would make […]

OS X Yosemite Release: 5 Things Users Need to Know

The OS X Yosemite release date is close with multiple reports aligning for October.

The OS X Yosemite Release date is approaching fast as many users join the public OS X Yosemite beta to take advantage of all the new Mac features that work with iOS 8. Apple announced OS X Yosemite back in June, and started offering a free OS X Yosemite trial to Mac users over the summer with room […]

Apple’s Back to School Promotion Ends September 9

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Apple’s annual “Back to School” promotion has been available for students to take advantage of since late July, but the fun comes to an end on September 9. If you haven’t yet taken advantage of this deal and you’re a student, now is the time to take the weekend and thick about what you want […]

How to Reclaim “Other” Storage Space on Your Mac

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If you’re running low on storage space on your Mac, you may think you just have too many apps installed, or that your music collection is getting out of hand, but that actually may not be the case. Instead, there might be a slew of hidden files that are taking up precious space on your […]

Refurbished 2014 MacBook Air Now Available

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After initially releasing earlier this year, the latest 2014 MacBook Airs are now for sale in refurbished form in Apple’s Online Refurbished Store. If you don’t mind a refurbished product, you can get the latest 2014 MacBook Air for as low as $769. This will get you an 11-inch model with a 1.4 GHz Intel […]

Should You Buy AppleCare?

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You already get a year of free AppleCare when you buy a new iPhone, iPad, or Mac, but is spending the extra money to get additional years of AppleCare worth it? If you aren’t familiar with AppleCare, it’s essentially Apple’s own creative name for its warranty service that it provides with its iPhones, iPads and […]

How to Use an iPad as a Second Monitor

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MacBooks offer enough screen real estate when it comes to getting work done, but if you want to add more displays into the mix while you’re working on the go, you can connect an iPad as a second monitor. While you probably have your MacBook connected to a larger external monitor while you’re at the […]

Apple Magic Mouse Could Get Haptic Feedback Technology

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Apple’s Magic Mouse is an interesting accessory for sure, but it could get even more interesting, with the possibility of haptic feedback and force sensors. The Magic Mouse is one of the more unique computer mice on the market currently, with its curved minimalist design and touchpad surface that does away with an excess number of […]

How to Easily Check Your Mac Warranty Status

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Every Mac user eventually wants to know how much time is left on the warranty of their machine, and there’s actually a really quick and easy way to look that information up without having to call Apple or ruffle through your warranty paperwork. When you want to know what the warranty status is of your […]

2014 MacBook Air vs 2013 MacBook Air: Key Differences

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For those looking to buy a MacBook Air, the new 2014 models look intriguing, but you could save a little money by opting for the older model. Here’s what you need to know before you buy a MacBook Air. For the first time since mid-2013, Apple updated its MacBook Air line back in April with […]

5 MacBook Maintenance Tasks You Should Perform Regularly

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MacBooks are some of the most efficient laptops on the market, but it takes some effort from the user. Here are five MacBook maintenance tasks that you should be performing regularly. Cars need oil changes regularly. Instruments need tuning after so much playing. Even people need to perform some maintenance on their own bodies in […]

2014 MacBook Pro vs 2013 MacBook Pro: Key Differences

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For those looking to buy a MacBook Pro, the new 2014 models look intriguing, but you could save a little money by opting for the older model. Here’s what you need to know. For the first time since late-2013, Apple updated its MacBook Pro line late last month with a slightly faster processor and more […]

Siri Mac Support Teased in New Apple Patent

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Siri has become a staple on iOS devices, but soon it could be coming Mac to give OS X users the same conveniences, according to a new patent application. OS X already has a nifty dictation feature where you can talk out and loud and your Mac will convert it to text. However, it could […]