Don't-Miss OS X Stories
If you're in the beta program, it's time to update.
Jason Snell gives you six reasons to get excited about El Capitan. Also, Apple Music is live, and despite some early stutters, its streaming service rocks. Plus: Senior Editor Roman Loyola reviews the iMac with Retina 5k display and Thunderbolt 2 docks.
Apple's Notes app has some features that makes it more useful.
The browser in the public beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan has new features that you'll use right away.
Fixes a problem with 32-bit software.
Along with Apple Music came fixes for a laundry list of exploits and a long-overdue change to Apple's digital certificate policy.
The new Developer Preview of OS X El Capitan contains code that seems to refer to two new Apple products.
Public betas of OS X and iOS 9 are coming next month, but developers just got new versions of those, plus watchOS 2.
This week's roundup of Mac apps brings you a friendly clock app, software that keeps an eye on your Mac while you're away, and a way to ensure that your data has a chance to leave your hard drive before your hard drive leaves you.
This week's roundup of new Mac apps brings you a way to improve your sound, a calendar that won't go away, and all the financial calculations you can handle—and then some.
Version 2.0 of Swift and upgraded frameworks for Watch apps are on the way
Crossy Road, Fantastical 2, and Pacemaker are but a few of the apps to take home a trophy.
Siri gets smarter. Apple Watch gets much more useful. And is Apple Music poised to kill other streaming music services by offering every feature imaginable?
Pro developers only have to pay $99 a year to develop for OS X, iOS and Apple Watch