So much for the idea of an Internet connection making software more secure to cracking attempts.
Apple on Wednesday released bug fix updates for iTunes and Aperture, addressing issues with password prompts (in the former) and memory cards (in the latter).
Apple's brought on engineers to help its image(s), the Mac Pro appears to be heading towards the big tech graveyard, and might more targeted ads be in Cupertino's (and our) future?
Forget paper, static graphics, or ad-hoc solutions -- with Briefs, prototyping iOS apps is as simple as building a slideshow, and as close to the real thing as you can come without calling in a developer.
Still in the experiment stage, there's no word yet about when we should expect to see Adobe's Mighty and Napoleon hit the shelves, but we got our hands on working prototypes of the devices to try them out and take some photos of them in action.
Pixelmator 2.2 adds a variety of clever new features, including shapes tools, selection options, filters, text tweaks, and more. Lex Friedman goes hands on.
Adobe's latest versions of Premiere Pro and After Effects bring video enhancements to its new software subscription package.
InDesign and Illustrator—part of Adobe's original Creative Suite—will receive a series of upgrades, including a dark interface, support for Mac Retina displays, and signature Creative Cloud features like Sync Fonts, Sync Colors, and Sync Settings.
Photoshop Extended, the more advanced, expensive package that included 3D capability and sophisticated image analysis tools has now been merged into Photoshop CC.
Acorn 4 can't do everything that Photoshop can do. But Lex Friedman says that the image editor offers an impressive slew of new features and surprising ease of use, and it may well boot Photoshop from your Dock.