Tag Archives: Apple

Mountain Lion application compatibility

For those of you worried about application compatibility with Mountain Lion, the people at RoaringApps have put together the app listing just like they did for Lion.



It’s here….the lastest cat!

The latest version of OS X is here and available for download!  At almost 4.5GB in size, lets hope you don’t have a metered or tiered service.

Thanks to MacTrast for putting this article up: http://www.mactrast.com/2012/07/how-to-upgrade-to-os-x-mountain-lion/

Apple Store app updated

Today, Apple updated their store app for iOS with a new express checkout which is supposed to make online purchasing faster.

Additionally, there is a feature whereby you can inform the Apple Store specialists know when you are approaching the store and your product will be ready for you when you arrive (requires iPhone 4S).

Here’s What The Redesigned Stores For iOS 6 Look Like [Gallery] | Cult of Mac

Here’s What The Redesigned Stores For iOS 6 Look Like [Gallery] | Cult of Mac.

No longer enter passwords in the app store

A new feature in iOS 6 and Mountain Lion is that you no longer need to enter your password when downloading updates or previously purchased applications. The only time you need to enter your password is when purchasing a new app.

This is a welcome feature and shows that Apple have been paying attention to customer feedback.

What’s under the black banner?

There is a black banner at the WWDC.  What is it?

Apple to update the Mac line

Current rumors are saying that almost the entire Mac lineup will be getting an update, to be announced at the WWDC keynote next week.

Its been a while since the keynote has focused on the Mac systems. Usually focusing on the iOS devices, this will be a nice change and a needed overhaul for the ailing Mac Pro.