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Apple has released new versions of GarageBand for iOS and OS X. Chris Breen gives a listen.
Apple's move to offer its latest desktop operating system, OS X Mavericks, for free isn't going to affect the Linux operating system at all, its creator Linus Torvalds said.
Mac users beware!
Apple went on a bit of a "free" kick Tuesday, labeling everything from its operating system down to minor apps with the price tag. But there are still some things the Cupertino company is willing to charge for: OS X Mavericks Server, released Tuesday evening, is one of them.
Highlights from Apple's October 22 event, where it showed off new desktops and laptops, plus OS X 10.9 Mavericks and a skinnier version of the iPad.
In a fast-paced event Tuesday, Apple unleashed a bunch of new products across its iPad and Mac product lines, along with updates to over 20 apps and (oh, yeah) a new version of OS X, too.
Great roundup of tips and tricks from MacStories' Federico Viticci. Macworld will be posting our own in-depth articles on each of the major Mavericks features soon, so stay tuned.
You can download the 5.29 GB installer from the Mac App Store, linked above. You'll need to be running OS X Snow Leopard or later and own a 2007 iMac or MacBook Pro or later; a 2008 MacBook Air, MacBook, or Mac Pro or later; or a 2009 Mac mini or later.
Apple’s newest Mac OS, Mavericks, is here. If you’re itching for information, we’ve collected all we currently know from Apple about the operating system and what you have to look forward to.
Apple announces that OS X Mavericks, with a bunch of new key under-the-hood features, starts shipping Tuesday, October 22. And it's free.
What does Apple have in store for its October 22 media event? iPads? Mavericks? Mac Pros? Maybe!
If you like updates to Java and printer drivers, you're in luck!
Apple on Thursday released a pair of minor bug-fix updates for OS X 10.8.5 and iTunes 11.1.