Don't-Miss OS X Stories
With Yosemite Apple simplifies and speeds up Safari and lets you mark up Mail images as well as upload enormous attachments.
Mavericks replacement to ship for free this fall, featuring updated UI, new Notifications, smarter Spotlight, and more.
Getting Software Update errors? You're not alone.
iTunes 11.2, released Thursday, included a bug that hid the /Users directory and made it vulnerable to modification. Late Friday, the company issued an update to fix the issue.
Apple revamped the Display system preferences so that there are more resolution options for 4k displays.
Apple on Thursday released updates for OS X Mavericks and iTunes, bringing assorted bug fixes as well as a few feature enhancements.
Access to pre-release versions of OS X no longer requires a developer account. On Tuesday, Apple announced a public beta program available to interested users.
CrazyTalk impressed us last year with its Mac OS X software, and now you can interact with animations on your iPhone or iPad.
Our long national nightmare of buggy email is (hopefully) over. Over at Tidbits, Joe Kissell details what the OS X Mail fixes mean for you and your messages.
The fix for the much discussed SSL flaw in OS X is in, thanks to 10.9.2. And in case that's not enough, there are fixes for Mail and new features for FaceTime and iMessage.
Dan Frakes shows you how to get more out of OS X's ability to save any printable document, Web page, or file as a PDF.
The latest version of the software dumps a Windows-like interface for a Mac-style desktop.
Three decades ago, when the Mac was born, user groups were a crucial part of its success, giving the nascent Mac community a place to gather and learn. Thirty years later, we sit down with the still-active Berkeley Mac Users Group for some untold history.
Apple held off most of its product launches until late in 2013, but readers found plenty to focus on throughout the year.