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Sources call for Yosemite in late Oct., Retina MacBook, Mac with 4K

07/23, 2:59pm

4K tech could come to iMac or new monitor

OS X Yosemite -- which is going into public beta tomorrow -- should eventually ship in late October, sources claim. The present plan is reportedly to keep releasing new developer betas every two to three weeks through September 29th. Work should then shift to a gold master build, due October 10th. Final details, including a launch date, may be announced at Apple's October media event.

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First public beta of OS X Yosemite to go live on July 24th

07/23, 9:52am

Developer betas to get more regular updates

The first public beta of OS X Yosemite will be made available on Thursday, July 24th, Apple has revealed in a meeting with The Loop's Jim Dalrymple. The public release will be the same code seeded to developers on Monday. To get it, people must sign up for the OS X Beta Program, which is limited to the first million participants.

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Apple seeds fourth preview betas of iOS 8, OS X Yosemite [u]

07/21, 2:25pm

OS X gets iTunes 12, iOS 8 gets new Tips app

(Updated with other beta releases, more Yosemite changes) Apple is now seeding its fourth betas of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite to developers. Perhaps the most significant change is in the latter, which includes the first beta of iTunes 12. The updated media player uses a flatter, streamlined design more in keeping with Yosemite, and is the first version to support Family Sharing, something also present in iOS 8. While Yosemite is still only accessible to developers, sources claim that the first public beta could go live later this month, after Apple has put more polish on it.

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Hands on: Space Run (OS X, Windows)

07/13, 8:00pm

Spaceship-based twist on tower defense game forces confined strategy, resource management

It's hard to imagine what commerce and shipping might look like once humans expand into the far reaches of the universe. One take is that humans in the future could evolve an existing model, like truck driving, to deliver goods to the corners of space. Space Run by Passtech Games and Focus Interactive gives gamers a look into how such a business might unfold, through the use of strategy and resource management to fend off the dangers lurking in the darkness. But is Space Run enough to entice players into high-speed shipping lanes full of pirates and asteroids, or are they better off sitting this one out?

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Report: Yosemite adopted by developers at 4X rate of previous version

07/09, 9:30pm

Already accounts for 0.2 percent of all OS X web traffic in North America

Just a month after the first Developer Preview was released at the Worldwide Developer's Conference, Apple's OS X 10.10 Yosemite is already starting to show up in significant numbers in general Mac web traffic statistics. While 0.2 percent may not seem like a lot, it is four times higher than the percentage seen by the last major OS X upgrade, Mavericks, at the same point in its pre-release state. New features and better integration between iOS and OS X appears to be driving adoption.

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Apple seeds third OS X Yosemite, iOS 8 betas to developers [u]

07/07, 1:45pm

Precise changes so far undocumented

[Updated with Yosemite changes] Apple has started seeding third previews of OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 to developers. The former is listed as build 14A283o, and can be downloaded via the Mac App Store or the Mac Dev Center. Beta 3 of iOS 8 is identified as build 12A4318c, and available either as an over-the-air update or through the iOS Dev Center. To go with it, Apple is pushing out new betas of Find my iPhone and Find My Friends.

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Mac, iOS glitch assigns wrong holidays in official Calendar app

07/07, 1:22pm

US, UK, and Russia apparently immune

Over the weekend, a number of iOS and OS X users have started reporting glitches with Apple's official Calendar app. Affected people will see holidays from other regions appearing on their personal calendar, such as UK holidays in Ireland, or Mexican, Canadian, and even Hong Kong holidays in Lithuania. Some countries appear to be immune to the bug, including the US, the UK, and Russia.

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Hands on: Broforce (OS X, Windows)

07/06, 7:22pm

Platform shooter Broforce parodies action film characters with style

Occasionally, game developers serve up what could be best described as a "one-note joke" game. A title which sounds good on paper, and for all intents and purposes appears to be a pretty good idea, but ends up being a mediocre release with generic gameplay mechanics, a title that is quickly derided once people realize how extremely shallow it is. While Broforce could certainly fall into the realm of the one-note joke, it manages to tell that joke exceptionally well.

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Apple warns developers of upcoming wipe of CloudKit databases

07/04, 10:00pm

July 7 purge will affect testers of iOS 8, Yosemite beta builds

Apple has notified developers testing the latest iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 Yosemite betas that it will have to erase the content of all CloudKit databases on July 7, both public and private. While the move will not affect most users, anyone testing the iCloud Drive, iCloud Photo Library or Mail Drop attachment features of either iOS 8 or OS X 10.10 Yosemite will see any data store there wiped. Photos and videos stored on iOS 8-running devices will be preserved, and re-uploaded after the server-side erasure.

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Security update for Lion, Lion Server, Mountain Lion issued

07/02, 6:06pm

Addresses numerous flaws, bugs already addressed in Mavericks 10.9.4

Alongside the release of OS X 10.9.4 Mavericks for newer Macs, Apple has also releases security-oriented updates for OS X 10.7.x (Lion), the server version of Lion, and for 10.8.x Mountain Lion. The vulnerabilities patched for all three versions include an update to the certificate trust policy, a flaw in the "copyfile" command, and an issue with the Dock that could allow apps to circumvent the sandboxing restrictions. Numerous other discovered potential security vulnerabilities were also addressed.

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OS X 10.9.4 makes unannounced fixes to Mac Pro rendering problems

07/02, 4:21pm

Solves issues with video editors, multiple displays

This Monday's OS X 10.9.4 update appears to have made undocumented fixes to rendering problems with the 2013 Mac Pro, users say. Under v10.9.3, people running video editors like Adobe Premiere Pro and Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve were encountering problems such as crashes, freezes, pink and green lines in exported clips, and videos stalling during the export process. Posts on Adobe and Blackmagic's forums indicate that after updating OS X, video output is back to normal.

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AIM .mac, .me logins failing even in later versions of OS X

07/02, 1:30pm

Official cutoff affecting more people than intended

Some people using @mac.com or @me.com email addresses as AIM logins in Messages are finding them non-functional, even after meeting Apple's requirements for a June 30 support cutoff, complaints indicate. In April, Apple stated that those logins would no longer work for versions of OS X below v10.7.2. Even people who do meet that threshold, however, are saying they can't use the logins anywhere, including the AIM web interface or third-party Mac and iOS clients such as Adium.

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Apple promises 'professional-grade' features in OS X Photos

07/01, 4:40pm

App will support third-party extensions

In the wake of Aperture's demise, the upcoming Photos app for OS X Yosemite will incorporate professional-level features, an Apple representative claims. These include functions related to editing, effects, and image search, and support for third-party extensions. The spokesperson didn't go into any further details however.

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Apple Maps API to undergo major overhaul, job listings reveal

07/01, 2:28pm

Descriptions talk 'big plans'

Apple is hiring senior software engineers to work on "big plans" for its Maps API, notes AppleInsider. "We've got big plans for our API - we're looking for leaders that can design and build clean, scalable, and performance APIs, as well as design and build systems to trace, monitor, and debug requests once they enter our distributed backend systems with their complex dependencies," the company writes in job listings. "We're overhauling things front-to-back and want engineers that live and (breathe) distributed systems and services."

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Macphun offers Mac 'Snap Pack' photo-editing bundle sale

07/01, 9:12am

Includes usable SD memory card, four apps, CanvasPop gift card, more

Photo- and image-editing software maker Macphun has launched a bundle deal on four of its OS X consumer photo apps -- Snapheal, Focus 2, FX Photo Studio and ColorStrokes -- delivered on a reusable SD memory card during the first week of July. Dubbed the "Snap Pack Bundle" the $25 offer also includes a $20 gift certificate for CanvasPop, which specializes in turning photographs into wrapped canvas prints, and a chance to win one of three $50 Amazon gift cards.

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OS X 10.9.4 goes live, fixes problems with Wi-Fi, waking from sleep

06/30, 1:59pm

Builds in Safari 7.0.5

In addition to iOS 7.1.2, Apple has issued the final version of OS X 10.9.4 via Mavericks' Software Update feature. Like its sibling, v10.9.4 deals exclusively with bugfixes. It solves a glitch preventing Macs from automatically connecting to recognized Wi-Fi networks, as well as the reliability of waking a computer from sleep mode.

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Briefly: Stellar Image Converter, Paragon NTFS for OS X Snow Leopard

06/27, 11:00pm

Stellar Data Recovery launches Image Converter for Mac

Stellar Data Recovery has launched a new tool for image conversion, now available for download. Stellar Image Converter for Mac can identify 24 different image formats, and can convert each type into 14 of the most popular image file formats, such a JPEG, BMP, PNG and more. Priced at $30, the app is currently available at an introductory offer price of $20.

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Apple Maps gains Flyovers of Tokyo, Utah's Zion National Park

06/27, 3:40pm

Feature's coverage still expanding

Apple has extended coverage of Maps' Flyover feature to two more locations. The most important of these is the Japanese capital of Tokyo, where people can now see 3D views of scenery like the Tokyo Tower or the Imperial Palace. In the United States, Maps users can toggle Flyover for the canyons of Utah's Zion National Park.

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Apple kills work on Aperture, shifts efforts to Yosemite's Photos app

06/27, 1:36pm

Software has struggled in competition with Lightroom

Development of Aperture has halted, and is instead shifting to the editing tools in OS X Yosemite's Photos app, Apple has announced. Photos -- which will actually miss the launch of Yosemite, and ship in early 2015 -- will include an option to import Aperture libraries. Compatibility updates should let Aperture run in Yosemite, but no further support is planned. Apple and Adobe are cooperating to help some users migrate to Lightroom.

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First look: OS X Yosemite

06/24, 7:27am

Apple leverages OS X Yosemite to land a hammer blow on Android

Apple's WWDC 14 was a massive event with many interesting talking points and implications as our team examined. Although Apple has been relatively quiet on the hardware front since the launch of the all-new Mac Pro in late 2013, it is now very clear that it has been doing anything but standing still. iOS has become Apple's flagship operating system, by virtue of the massive success of the devices that the OS powers. Apple's iOS install base is ten times as large as its Mac install base (even though at 80 million users, the latter is now at record levels for Apple too). Consequently, Apple has poured considerable energy in to advancing iOS. However, with OS X Yosemite, Apple has worked hard to bring the Mac OS into line with iOS, but also to make the two operating systems more seamlessly integrated than ever before. In doing so, OS X Yosemite could be the most important iteration of Apple's desktop OS since its inception.

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Snow Leopard decline accelerating following end of security patches

06/23, 9:28pm

OS X 10.6 was most popular OS version until 10.8 Mountain Lion arrived

The rate of decline in the number of users still clinging to OS X Snow Leopard has increased in the last three months, in part due to the continuing aging of machines capable of supporting it and natural turnover, but mostly due to the end of almost any further Apple support for the system -- including important security updates. The 2009-era OS version dropped four percent, the biggest quarterly decline since Mountain Lion came out, between March and May of this year, falling below 15 percent of active Macs.

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Apple still finalizing Mac support for Continuity Handoffs

06/20, 2:39pm

Feature so far limited to Macs with Bluetooth LE

Apple is still testing and has yet to finalize which Macs will be able to take advantage of OS X Yosemite's Handoff feature, sources say. With supporting apps and hardware, the technology lets people shift work from an iOS device to a Mac, or vice versa. So far, though, users of the Yosemite beta note that only Macs equipped with Bluetooth LE -- beginning with the 2011 MacBook Air -- appear to be compatible.

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Yosemite, iOS 8 Continuity may bridge with Apple TV

06/18, 12:40pm

Would likely focus exclusively on media

The Apple TV may gain some form of Continuity support when OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 are released this fall, users of the latest Yosemite beta note. When on a Wi-Fi network where an Apple TV is connected, Yosemite is displaying a message stating that "Apple TV is now available for Continuity," so long as the Apple TV is running new beta firmware. There isn't any indication of what can be done with that support however.

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Apple seeds second betas of OS X Yosemite, iOS 8, Xcode 6

06/17, 1:46pm

Feature additions yet to be discovered

Apple has begun distributing second betas of OS X Yosemite, iOS 8, Xcode 6, and updated Apple TV firmware to developers. Relatively few details are available so far. The Yosemite beta is listed simply as build 14A261i, and in release notes for the iOS 8 code, Apple states only that it "contains bug fixes and improvements."

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Apple issues second OS X 10.9.4 beta, Safari 6.1.5 beta

06/11, 7:54pm

New betas expand areas for developers to test; OS X Server also updated

Two weeks after its initial OS X 10.9.4 Mavericks beta, Apple has sent out a second one for both the client and OS X Server versions. The latest Mavericks developer build, 13E16, expands areas of interest for developer testing beyond the usual graphics drivers and Safari to include Bluetooth, audio drivers, the App Store and Finder. A Safari 6.1.5 beta for older systems was also issued, with requests for testers to focus on general website and extension compatibility.

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Hands on: Chronosync 4.5 for OS X

06/10, 4:57pm

Single backup and sync tool may be one tool to encompass many jobs

Mac users have relied on a pool of backup utlities for years, with three standouts being Apple's own Time Machine, Retrospect, and Bombich Software's Carbon Copy Cloner. All three fit slightly different niches, and serious techs and users have probably used all three at one point or another. A fourth entry is Econ Technologies' ChronoSync, just updated to version 4.5, which purports to be a more universal tool for all of one's backup needs.

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Apple brings OS X 10.10 Yosemite promotional video to YouTube

06/09, 5:43pm

Ad offers one-minute quick tour of new look in forthcoming update

As seen in the Worldwide Developer Conference keynote presentation of a week ago, and following the release of the "Developers" promotional video, Apple has posted the Yosemite quick-tour video to YouTube and other video outlets. The one-minute spot flies through some of the visual changes offered in the forthcoming OS X update, including a flattened dock, more iOS-like icons, a redefined "green button" in the upper left corner of Finder windows that now toggles full-screen, and sneak peeks of the more-polished Mail, Messages and Calendar.

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Forums: Yosemite this fall

06/06, 3:03pm

Yosemite this fall

Today in the MacNN forums, members begin to discuss the changes that will be coming to OS X in the thread titled "Yosemite this fall" started by a Fresh-Faced Recruit who has been lurking around the forums for many years. This week, forum-goers try to assist one Dedicated MacNNer in figuring out what is wrong with their mouse after they reported strange problems.

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Briefly: PopClip for OS X 80 percent off today, Nimbus Note for iOS

06/06, 2:35pm

PopClip for Mac available for $1 as an AppyFriday promotion

Text selection toolkit app PopClip is currently available at the Mac App Store for 80 percent off its regular price. PopClip is a utility app that gives the copy and paste function on a user's Mac extra abilities, much as the copy and paste function does on iOS. Once text is selected, PopClip automatically appears and provides instant access actions like search, spelling, dictionary and over 100 other extensions. The $1 promotion is available via AppyFridays.com, with sale pricing remaining until this Sunday.

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Apple asks developers to opt into Family Sharing program

06/05, 9:57am

Company may be concerned about preventing unwanted purchases

Apple is sending out emails via iTunes Connect that urge developers to opt into its upcoming Family Sharing program. The emails in part describe the program, which allows up to six people to access the same photos and calendars, as well as digital content bought from Apple, so long as it was purchased under the same credit card. Family members can also track each other's locations if devices are under the same account.

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Code in OS X Yosemite beta may point to Retina iMac support

06/05, 9:15am

Retina iMac could ship alongside new OS

Code contained in the OS X Yosemite beta appears to point toward support for future Retina iMacs. A forum poster at MacBidouille notes that in a file covering graphics scaling settings, the highest resolution available is 6400x3600; for a Retina panel, that figure would effectively scale down to 3200x1800. Other resolutions mentioned are 5760x3240 (2880x1620 in Retina), 4096x2304 (2048x1152), and still lower settings.

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Netflix switches to HTML5 video for OS X Yosemite

06/03, 4:35pm

Possible thanks to updated Safari

People watching Netflix in OS X Yosemite will now be able to stream video via HTML5 instead of Silverlight, according to an official blog post. The service says it has been "working closely with Apple" to implement HTML5 Premium Video Extensions in Yosemite's edition of Safari. This allows viewers to start watching videos instantly, instead of having to install the Silverlight plugin first, as in OS X Mavericks.

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iOS 8, OS X Yosemite enable simpler iOS screencapture

06/03, 2:42pm

Function meant for recording app previews

The combination of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite allows for easier screencapture of iOS devices, according to a new Apple document. In order to support the App Store's future App Previews, Apple has tweaked Yosemite to treat an iOS device as a camera input, meaning that any video recording software can be used to capture onscreen activity. Currently recording is described as "extremely laggy," but it will presumably improve as both iOS 8 and Yosemite get updated betas.

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Apple posts full WWDC keynote video

06/02, 4:24pm

WWDC keynote now available for streaming

Even though Apple's WWDC keynote concluded only a few hours ago, a video of the entire presentation has already been made available. The keynote covered a number of topics for Apple, including the introduction of OS X Yosemite, iOS 8, and a brand new 'Swift' programming language.

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OS X Yosemite includes redesigned Mail, Safari apps

06/02, 1:44pm

Mail gains new Mail Drop tech

In Apple's new OS X Yosemite, Mail has received several upgrades, including faster mailbox switching and Mail Drop, which lets people send attachments up to 5GB via iCloud. The technology is integrated into Macs but generates URLs for other platforms. Email and PDFs can now be marked up via a trackpad.

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Apple announces OS X Yosemite with new look, 'Continuity'

06/02, 1:25pm

Gets iOS-inspired makeover

At today's WWDC keynote Apple today unveiled OS X Yosemite, the next edition of its Mac operating system. The OS borrows some design cues from iOS, for instance using flat icons and buttons, and translucent windows and docks. It also incorporates a new dark mode, making it better to use at night.

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Photo may offer first glimpse at OS X Yosemite

06/02, 12:52pm

Full info coming within an hour

A photo posted on Twitter (below) by reporter Lance Ulanoff includes two iMacs that appear to be running the next version of OS X, which may be called Yosemite. Very little of the OS is visible except for a new wallpaper. Apple will reveal more information about the OS during its WWDC 2014 keynote.

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APIs for OS X 10.10, iOS 8 appear in open-source WebKit channels

06/02, 11:50am

May hint at simpler cross-platform compatibility

New developer APIs for OS X 10.10 and iOS 8 are already being pushed to open-source channels for WebKit, users note. A new class involves a view that replaces the current OS X and iOS support for displaying inline content. It's believed to include cross-platform compatibility, eliminating the need to use "WebView" for OS X and "UIWebView" for iOS. At the same time though, some separate view classes remain, meaning that the platforms are still not thoroughly meshed.

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Next OS X version to be named 'Yosemite?'

05/31, 2:47am

Trademark filings, WWDC banner point to California location

A new banner being hung up at the Worldwide Developer Conference hall in San Francisco, along with some trademark filings in Trinidad and Tobago have hinted that the next version of OS X, numbered as 10.10, will likely be named "Yosemite." Apple has also trademarked a number of other names (presumably for future versions) like Sequoia, Mojave, Sonoma and Ventura -- continuing the theme adopted in 10.9.

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Briefly: Google's VirusTotal for OS X, Inapp Translator on Android

05/27, 2:40am

VirusTotal Uploader for OS X allows Mac users to upload suspicious files for scanning

Google has announced the release of its file-scanning software, VirusTotal Uploader, for OS X. Allowing users to upload files they are suspicious of to be scanned, VirusTotal Uploader for Windows has been available for some time. The OS X version includes dragging and dropping a file or folder to the VirusTotal Uploader, and can scan it against over 50 antivirus solutions. Applications can also be scanned. VirusTotal Uploader for OS X can be downloaded immediately for OS X 10.8 and 10.9.

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Hands On: Steam game streaming

05/24, 4:56pm

Stream Steam games from a Windows computer to OSX, Linux

Earlier this week, game purveyor Steam opened up the in-home game streaming feature to all users. In a nutshell, the feature allows users of a Windows PC to stream the video of a game to a satellite computer on Windows, OS X, or some flavors of Linux in real-time, with input provided by the satellite computer . All the "heavy lifting" of the game is done by the Windows PC streaming the game, as well as "on the fly" conversion of the video stream to H.264, allowing for the satellite computer with a much lower specification or incompatible operating system to play. How well does this work in real life?

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Core Animation creator leaves Apple for Facebook

05/22, 4:24pm

Also credited with number of other OS X, iOS technologies

John Harper -- the creator of the Core Animation framework used in iOS and OS X -- has left Apple for a position at Facebook, according to posts on Twitter. Core Animation first appeared in the iPhone OS in 2007, and migrated to OS X months later. Harper has spent over 12 years at Apple in total, and is credited with helping on a number of other iOS/OS X components as well, including Core Image, the port of X11, and OS X's windowing system.

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Report: OS X 10.9.3 update causing problems with Mac Pro GPU

05/21, 8:26pm

Problems seen on both D500, D700 GPUs

A major piece of the new Mac Pro is the powerful GPU suite on the unit, allowing renders to take place in a fraction of the time normally required. However, OS X 10.9.3 "Mavericks" update is inducing some problems, according to user reports. Manifested issues include crashing during rendering, graphical artifacts, and runaway processes during renders utilizing the GPU.

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Circus Ponies releases new version of Notebook for OS X

05/20, 7:29pm

Retina display and 64-bit processor support added, functionality improvements

Featuring an updated interface, Circus Ponies has released a new version of its Notebook software for use on OS X machines. Notebook 4 brings a number of improvements over the previous version of the software, notably adding full support for 64-bit processors and Retina displays. By adding support for modern staples in Mac hardware, the application can now tap into the full potential of machines.

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OS X 10.9.3 boosts VRAM resources on newer Macs

05/20, 3:49pm

May help to support 4K on MacBook Pro

A subtler change with OS X 10.9.3 is an increase in the available VRAM for newer Macs, reports note. Certain machines -- including the 2013 Retina MacBook Pro, and 2013 and 2014 MacBook Airs -- now have access to 1,536MB of VRAM (1.5GB) instead of 1,024. The difference can be spotted by going to OS X's System Information pane.

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OS X Server 3.1.2 targets Calendar Server, Profile Manager

05/20, 2:50pm

Makes Messages Server more stable

Apple has posted a minor update of OS X Server, v3.1.2. The patch deals with several sub-components, including Calendar Server, which has received unspecified improvements to import, invite, and group scheduling functions. Messages Server should be more stable while chat rooms are in use.

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Briefly: TalkButton text-to-speech app, Cocktail 7.5 for Mavericks

05/17, 5:38pm

Responsive text-to-speech software now available for Mac, Microsoft Office

Upward Spiral Software has released its text-to-speech software, TalkButton, for OS X. Capable of speaking text within Microsoft Word as well as in Pages, Preview, TextEdit, a web browser, and more, TalkButton reads text aloud for those interested in an audio interpretation due to vision impairment, learning disabilities, or multi-tasking. Users can control the speaking voice based on gender, accent and language, and the speech audio can be paused, repeated, accelerated, and recorded via iTunes. In addition, TalkButton can echo keyboard presses, meaning that a user can listen to each character, word or sentence as it is typed to ensure accuracy. Compatible with OS X 10.7 or later, TalkButton is priced at $30 with a free 30-day trial.

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Document lists 4K monitors, options supported in OS X 10.9.3 update

05/16, 4:42pm

Dell, Panasonic monitors added to compatibility list

Following the release of OS X 10.9.3,, Apple has updated a document on using 4K displays with 2013 models of the Mac Pro and 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro. Apple mentions that several new monitors are supported, including the Panasonic TC-L65WT600, and Dell's UP2414Q and UP3214Q. Prior to v10.9.3, only the Sharp PN-K321 and ASUS PQ321Q were officially compatible.

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OS X 10.9.3 bug hiding Users folder in some instances

05/16, 1:19pm

Terminal command may offer temporary fix

Yesterday's OS X 10.9.3 update contains a bug that is hiding the Users folder for some people, accounts say. The folder is essential in OS X, since it contains the home folder and personal files for each user account. Those files are still typically accessible through sidebar tabs, but the hiding of the folder itself may still cause problems.

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OS X 10.9.3 brings improved 4K support, USB contact/calendar sync

05/15, 2:00pm

Includes Safari 7.0.3

Following a long beta period, Apple has released the final version of OS X 10.9.3. The update makes relatively few changes, but does improve support for 4K displays on 2013 models of the Mac Pro and 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro. It also restores the ability to sync contacts and calendars between a Mac and an iOS device using USB, instead of alternatives like iCloud.

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