To say that I'm excited about tomorrow's announcement would be a bit of an understatement. I have my Apple hoodie from The Company Store ready to be worn tomorrow, on what The Wall Street Journal calls "Apple Day". However, what is all of the excitement all about. Yes, there's a new iPhone to be announced, we have known that for months now, however, what else does Apple have under their sleeves this time around. The rumors have been tried and tested, and here are the highly likely expectations we will see out of tomorrow's event. Let us know which one you're most excited for. (more...)
As we all know, Mountain Lion debuted on Wednesday. The software wasn't the feature packed software that we all expected. However, it did include a ton of features that helped us make our Mac work for us better and more efficiently than ever. To read up more on Mountain Lion, be sure to take a look at our review from last week and our preview from back in February. Today, we will take a look at five tips, new to Mountain Lion, that will make sure you enjoy every moment you have with your Mac computer, from better use of time to less use of energy. (more...)
Where is OS X Mountain Lion Stored on Hard Drive? Where does the Mac App Store download Mountain Lion?
There's a lot of confusion related to where OS X Mountain Lion is stored on your Hard Drive after it is downloaded from the Mac App Store.
The Mac App Store treats the OS X Mountain Lion Installer as a Application. Therefore, you can always find it in your Applications file.
But it's not there!
If you already downloaded Mountain Lion and installed it then the installer automatically deleted itself at the end of the installation. Apple likely did this in order to preserve space on your...
On Friday, we received news that Sparrow will be joining up with Google, offering a mail client that better incorporates many of Google's services, while still retaining the same Sparrow team. This comes almost 17 months after Sparrow became available. With this merger, this means that Sparrow won't have a team that focuses wholeheartedly on the product. As a result, Google will work more toward retaining the current Sparrow product, without offering up new and amazing features. For any of you out there hoping for a new feature or two to come out of Sparrow, you'll be disappointed....
Over the weekend, a lot of updates have occurred in terms of the revamped iCloud post-Mobile Me and finally a rumored date for Mountain Lion's release. First off, with iCloud, we have updates about iCloud now allowing @icloud.com emails. For developers who have iOS 6.3 Beta, you should be able to create an iCloud.com email that works as well with your @me.com email. For example, if you have the email AppleFreak@Me.com, you will automatically also receive mail from AppleFreak@iCloud.com.
This comes after Apple discontinued Mobile Me at the end of June, now moving toward an iCloud takeover. We reviewed...
In today's WWDC Keynote, Apple has featured some great new features OS X Mountain Lion will have when it is released in July! While OS X Lion came as a spectacular upgrade for Macs, OS X Mountain Lion features a great number of new additions.Apple claims that Mountain Lion will have hundreds of new features (as it said with Lion). Of the hundreds of new features, Apple chose to feature a few of the coolest features at WWDC and we wanted to share in on the fun.
What's Coming in OS X Mountain Lion?
Twitter integration was a major feature when Apple debuted OS X Lion. In Mountain...
There are so many features that are included in Mac OS Mountain Lion. The new OS is one that merges many of the best features found in iOS. This includes the addition of Notification Center and Messages for Mac (a version of iMessage for the desktop). In addition, Mac OS X Mountain Lion also includes added sharing features, including Twitter support. As well as notes and security features. All of these features barely show off all that the new OS offers. To find out more that Mac OS X Mountain Lion contains, we have linked the video below that demonstrates the features of the OS below.