OS X Mavericks Gmail Fix Released

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After what seemed like an eternity, Apple has finally released an update for OS X Mavericks that fixes a few issues with Gmail integration in the Mail app. The update is designed to enhance compatibility with Gmail accounts, and includes several other improvements that aim to mend the relationship between Mavericks and Gmail. Syncing Gmail […]

Unlock Your Mac with Knock iOS App and Bluetooth 4.0

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This looks to be a neat little App and/or party trick. Knock is a new iOS and Mac App that running together allow you to simply knock on your iPhone to securely unlock your Mac. Using Bluetooth 4.0 technology the process can save you a few keystrokes when it comes to logging into your Mac. […]

How to Escape from Apple’s Ecosystem in OS X Mavericks

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Apple released OS X Mavericks earlier this month as an update from OS X Mountain Lion. It’s the first time that Apple has made OS X updates absolutely free, and the new version comes with a heap of new features, as well as some new default apps, including Maps and iBooks, both of which were […]

How to Completely Backup Your Mac Using Time Machine

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Backing up your computer is one of the most crucial things you need to do when it comes to maintaining your devices. We’re guessing it’s where most of your photos, videos, music and pretty much all of your other files are located, and if something were to happen to your computer, like a failed hard […]

Fully-Loaded Mac Pro Could Cost as Much as $13,800

The Mac Pro price could deliver an expensive experience this fall.

If you’re in the market for the new Mac Pro from Apple, be prepared to spend a lot of cash. The cheapest version you can get will cost you $3,000, but what if money doesn’t matter to you and you’re wanting the best, top-of-the-line Mac Pro build? It might cost you $14,000. Unbox Therapy did […]

How to Send Directions to Your iPhone from Your Mac

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OS X Mavericks comes with a new desktop version of Apple’s Maps app, which lets you explore roads and highways in full-screen mode, as well as get directions right from your computer. This is great and all, but those directions don’t do much for you if they’re stuck on your computer and you have to […]

20 Best OS X Mavericks Features

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OS X Mavericks was recently released unto the public as a free download, making it the first time ever that an OS X update has been been free, dropping the previous $20-$30 price tag of major updates to Apple’s desktop operating system. From the face of it, Mavericks may not look all that different aside […]

How to Get iWork for Free on Older Macs

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Apple announced yesterday that its iWork suite of apps, which consist of Keynote, Pages and Numbers, would come free with any new Mac that you buy. Previously, these apps were $20 a piece. However, current Mac users with older Macs aren’t able to take advantage of that deal, seeing as how the company is only […]

How to Get Logitech Peripherals to Play Nice with OS X Mavericks

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OS X Mavericks was just released, and tons of Mac users are flocking to the Mac App Store to download the latest version of OS X, especially since it’s free now. However, as with any new piece of software, it’s not compatible with everything. For example, Logitech’s software for its peripherals don’t yet have full […]

How to Perform a Clean Install of OS X Mavericks (Update)

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OS X Mavericks 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 improved support for multiple displays, desktop versions of the Maps and iBooks apps, an improved Safari browser and much more. It’s available now in the Mac […]

iMovie and GarageBand Updated for iOS and OS X

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As expected (and rumored from earlier last week), Apple has redesigned and updated the iMovie and GarageBand apps on both iOS and OS X. The new apps are compatible with 64-bit architectures (such as the iPhone 5s’s new 64-bit processor), and they also work with iCloud. iMovie has a bunch of new features this time around, […]

Apple Event Wish List: 5 Things We Want Today

Watch the Apple October 22nd event live in video on the Apple TV, on iPhone, iPad and Apple computers

As Apple plans to announce some new tablets and possibly computers today at their iPad Announcement Event. We expect them to hopefully show off a new iPad mini 2 with Retina Display running a faster processor. Expect a new iPad 5 with a thinner form factor and more powerful processor as well. The larger iPad will […]

Call for Mavericks Apps Suggests Imminent Launch of Apple’s Next OS X

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Apple is now calling out to developers to test and submit their Mavericks-compatible third-party apps as the OS X-maker prepares for the launch of its next generation desktop class operating system. “Make sure your app takes advantage of the great new features in OS X Mavericks when the world’s most advanced desktop operating system becomes […]

Apple Seeds OS X 10.9 Mavericks Gold Master, Final Release Soon

OS X Mavericks GM seed now available

Apple seeded the OS X 10.9 Mavericks Gold Master to developers signaling that the final release of the new Mac operating system will likely ship within a week or two, hitting the rumored “sometime in October” deadline. Apple also shipped an update to iTunes, along with the Gold Master, bringing it to iTunes 11.1.1 (11). The iTunes […]

Dropbox Updates with Automatic Screenshot Uploads

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Dropbox’s automatic photo uploading feature is pretty great, but I’m sure you’ve been wondering when the service will get the same feature for screenshots. Well, it’s finally arrived in the latest Dropbox update. The company has added automatic screenshot uploading to the cloud storage service, making it easy to share and store screenshots in the […]

DeskConnect for Mac iPhone and iPad is What AirDrop Should Be

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Apple introduced AirDrop with OSX 10.7 Lion and it will find its way into iOS 7 when Apple launches it at their launch event on September 10, but so far some users find it lacking and wish it worked better. This opens the door for a tool like DeskConnect, which runs on a Mac running […]

Concept: How Apple Could Evolve OS X to Look More Like iOS 7

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iOS 7 represents a new design language and a radical departure for Apple from the skeuomorphic design that Apple had used on previous versions of the iOS operating system in the past. Under the design leadership of Apple’s fame Jony Ive, it appears that many consumers and developers are so far satisfied with the look […]

Apple Sold 31.2 Million iPhones In Q3 2013 [AAPL]

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Today Apple released its Q3 2013 earnings report which reports the company sold more iPhones than the same quarter last year, but fewer iPads and Macs. Apple posted a quarterly revenue of $35.3 billion and quarterly net profit of $6.9 billion. That’s compared to revenue of $35 billion and net profit of $8.8 billion in the third […]

How to Sync Documents to iCloud with Pages

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With all the buzz being about “the cloud” today, many users do not know what this is and how it can help them. Syncing documents between your iPhone by using iCloud is one of many examples of how useful the cloud can be. While there are other ways to get documents back and forth (such as emailing […]

Steam Summer Sale Goes Live: Great PC and Mac Game Deals

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PC and Mac gamers may want to hide their wallets for the next 11 days as the Steam Summer Sale is now live with a number of great discounts on tons of PC and Mac games. Over the next 11 days many, if not most, games offered through Steam will see discounts of some sort. […]