Chitika, a leading ad network, has released a study showing that the user adoption to Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion has been quite strong. OS X Mountain Lion, which was released last month, has been made available to a large number of users. According to Chitika 3.2 percent of the traffic going through its network […]
Apple believes that Mac OS X Lion is the easiest-to-use version of Mac OS ever, so they opted not to create a user manual. Having brought OS X more in line with the intuitive user interface of iOS on the iPad, the theory was that users would already know what to do with Lion, and […]
Psst. Here’s a little-known secret that very few people know — even though Apple has done nothing to keep it a secret. One $29.99 purchase of Lion gets you an unlimited license to download it on as many Macs as you like. And it’s super simple to do, too.
So you’ve been living with Lion for a week now, and try as you might, you just can’t get your head around that blasted reversed scrolling thing. Want the old way of scrolling back? It’s an easy fix.
Lion is finally here. Yay! There are more than 250 new features, but most of the media noise is devoted to the biggies like Launchpad, Mission Control, Auto Save, and Versions. Here are 6 goodies you may not have discovered yet.
It’s here! Get out your credit card and fire up the Mac App Store: OS X Lion has finally arrived.
OS X Lion could drop any day now. We could be mere hours away. And there’s one feature that a lot of Lion users are going to want to switch off pretty much immediately. Here’s how.
Apple’s line of MacBooks (the white plastic ones), MacBooks Airs, and Mac Minis are due for new models with upgraded technology under the hood. MacBooks in particular are overdue for a refresh, since it was May of last year that Apple last introduced new models.
Apple has released what is most likely to be its final update to Snow Leopard — an update who’s chief purpose is to prepare your computer for Lion’s imminent arrival. Time to update!
Mac OS X Lion could arrive… well, any time now, really. Apple refuses to give a solid release date, but most insider reports put its release window in early July. Is your Mac ready for the huge changes that Lion will bring?