Apple Updates Safari For OS X Mavericks With Bug Fixes And Security Improvements


A new update for Safari for OS X Mavericks was released by Apple earlier today. Safari 7.0.3 brings plenty of bug fixes and some security improvements as well. Safari 7.0.3 gives users the ability to turn off push notifications from websites for new content. In the previous version, you couldn’t turn off push notifications for [...]

Check Out This Mac OS X 10.10 Concept With An iOS 7 Inspired Design


There have been speculations that the next version of Mac OS X, which is supposedly going to be named Syrah, will feature a flatter UI similar to iOS 7. Early reports suggested that Mac OS X 10.10 will be an iOS and OS X merger, but it was later reported that won’t happen. Here’s a [...]

Apple Looking To Unveil Its Own 4k Monitor Upon Release Of OS X 10.9.3


Yesterday we reported that Apple seeded the first beta of OS X 10.9.3 to developers which included support for 4k monitors. Giving users the ability to natively set their 4K monitors to run the Mac operating system at a pixel-doubled “Retina” resolution. Running OS X pixel-doubled on a 4K display means content is much sharper [...]

Apple Seeds OS X 10.9.3 To Developers With New Retina Resolution Option For 4k Displays

OS X 10.9.3

Apple has seeded the first beta of OS X 10.9.3 to registered Mac developers which comes only 1 week after Apple released OS X 10.9.2 with fixes for the GoToFail SSL bug, Mail and FaceTime audio. As long as you’re a registered Mac developer you will find the update in the Mac App Store update [...]

Apple Pushes OS X 10.9.2 Into The Wild With SSL Bug Fix, FaceTime Audio, Contact Blocking And More

OS X Mavericks

Apple released OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 today, after 7 beta iterations, with a number of features such as FaceTime Audio, contact blocking for both iMessages and FaceTime, Mail fixes and, probably most important of all, a patch for the gotofail bug which allowed an attacker to sniff and modify your data on secure HTTPS connections. Besides the new [...]

How To Temporarily Fix OS X Mavericks Mail Problems


Ever since the release of OS X Mavericks some users have experienced issues with the stock Mail app that prevents the app from receiving any new messages until its quit or reopened. “For some email providers, new email messages in Mail may only appear to arrive when Mail is first opened,” writes Apple. “No new email [...]

Apple Doesn’t Have Plans To Merge iOS And OS X, But OS X 10.10 To Become Flatter


For a long time now it has been speculated that Apple could merge iOS and OS X so that the experience of using both operating systems was consistent. Although it isn’t entirely out of the question, don’t expect it to happen anytime soon. In an interview with MacWorld Apple executives denied that the company has plans [...]

This Is What OS X 11 Could Look Like If It Were iOS 7-ified


It is no question that Apple continues to push iOS features to Mac such as Maps, Reminders and iBooks, but one thing that hasn’t made the jump from mobile is the minimalistic design that encompasses iOS 7. So just what would iOS 7 look like on a Mac? Well if you have ever asked yourself [...]

Apple Seeds OS X 10.9.2 To Developers With FaceTime Audio

OS X 10.9.2 Beta

Shortly after releasing OS X 10.9.1 into the wild Apple has just seeded OS X 10.9.2 to developers. This particular new version of Mavericks comes with a build number of 13C32 and is available to registered developers through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store as well as through the Mac Dev Center. Apple hasn’t [...]

New OS X 10.9.1 Build Seeded To Developers

OS X 10.9.1

Around the middle of November we reported that Apple seeded the first beta version of OS X 10.9.1 to developers to fix numerous bugs present in the initial release of Mavericks. Now a new beta has been seeded to developers that focusses on Apple Mail, Safari, VoiceOver, and graphics drivers. According to the changelog for the [...]