Apr 19

reported that Apple has begun notifying at least some MobileMe users of a new upgrade program offering a free copy of Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Apple is offering MobileMe users without Snow Leopard a free copy (normally $29), so you can upgrade to Lion (you will need to pay $30 to upgrade). Once on Lion, you can ditch MobileMe to start using iCloud. » Apple Giving Away Snow Leopard To MobileMe Customers For Free

Feb 17

Yesterday we informed you that Apple announced OS X Mountain Lion and will arrive this summer. OS X 10.8 offers a number of new features and InsanelyGreatMac has put together this nice walkthrough video of OS X AirPlay mirroring. AirPlay mirroring allows you to transmit your OS X desktop onto your Apple TV over Wi-Fi, check out the video above. CultofMac also got their hands on OS X 10.8 and they created a walkthrough of 30 other features in OS X 10.8. You can check out that video after the break. » AirPlay & Other Features in OS X Mountain Lion

Feb 16

Apple announced that OS X Mountain Lion will arrive this summer, with all-new features inspired by iPad. To give you a nice impression Apple published a video demonstration of key new features on the new OS X Mountain Lion Sneak Peek page. The video is not yet available on the official Apple Youtube channel, Until then, enjoy the above Newsit Techs conversion of the Mountain Lion showcase, likely to get pulled soon. » Apple Demo Video For Mountain Lion

Nov 17

iMessage in iOS 5 allows text messaging, but does not currently connect to third-party chat services like AIM. iChat software built into Mac OS X does connect to services like AIM, Jabber and others, like Yahoo Messenger. Developer John Heaton found some code in the latest version of iOS that hints iChat functionality could finally be coming to the iOS mobile operating system. » Apple Could Bring iChat Functionality To iPhones

Mar 22

Just a quick note that Apple released OS X 10.6.7. The 10.6.7 update is recommended for all users running Mac OS X Snow Leopard and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac, including fixes that: » Apple Released OS X 10.6.7

Oct 13

apple event osx
Apple is holding a media event on October 20th, which they call “Back To The Mac”. Looking at the logo above “with the lion behind the Apple” they probably going to talk about OS X. If we take a look at the title of the event it looks like they maybe will show us a new Mac? Maybe the new MacBook Air? Well we will all find out on October 20th.

Sep 10

wrote this morning that FaceTime will be coming to iChat very soon. iChat is “a rich instant messaging application that works with AIM and makes it easy to stay in touch with friends using text and video.” Adding FaceTime to iChat means it will be possible to call iPhone and iPod Touch users from behind your Mac. They also say that Apple is working on a Windows version as well. » Rumor: FaceTime For OS X And Windows?

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