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Public Beta Version Of iOS 13, iPadOS And macOS Is Now Available

Apple announced iOS 13, iPad OS and macOS Catalina at the WWDC event held recently in the US. The company said that the public beta versions will be out in July, but it looks like they are out early and users will be able to download them now from Apple’s website. If you have been waiting for these new releases, you can head over now to the Apple Beta Software Program page and get started. Read More

Mac Gets New OS – macOS Catalina

WWDC event held yesterday saw the launch of the new macOS Catalina along with the new Mac Pro model and the new iOS 13 for iPhones. Apple had introduced Mojave last year with the dark mode support and a list of other new features that created a positive impact on the users. This time around they have brought more new features with Catalina which we will have a look at in detail. Read More

Apple Is Testing Support On macOS For External Displays

Apple is planning to include the support for external displays on the upcoming macOS 10.15 software. This new feature named “Sidecar” will help users connect their iPad with the Macbook and make the iPad works as a secondary display to the MacBook. Currently, people can still do this with the help of Luna Display if they own an iPad and a Macbook. But, an official support from Apple would definitely be ideal for many users. Read More

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Photos2WebGallery – A Simple Way To Share Your Pictures On macOS

If you are a macOS user and struggling to share your Photos library with friends and family, you have reached the right place. Photos2WebGallery is an application that will help you share a HTML link of your memorable pictures which can be directly opened on the internet. This is really convenient because it will save you the effort to manually make folders on iCloud and then share it with others. Read More

macOS Mojave Is Now Available To Download

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Apple introduced macOS Mojave in June, with a lot performance improvements and design changes. It also announced the much anticipated Dark Mode which got the MacBook users really excited for the official launch. The free version of the macOS Mojave is now finally available to download and Apple should have care of the bug fixes that were noticed in the public beta versions that were released in the months following the announcement. Read More

The New And Redesigned macOS Mojave Has Arrived

The new macOS Mohave was introduced yesterday at the WWDC developer conference. Apple CEO Tim Cook began the presentation by saying “Today we’re excited to take Mac a huge leap forward.”

Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering Craig Federighi started with dark mode. With a single setting, you can invert the colors of everything. Even the background of the Finder, Calendar or Photos is black, not just the Dock or menubar. Apple had to redo all the buttons and color schemed across the operating system. Read More

iOS 13 Will Include A New Way Of Data Transfer

Apple released the third beta version of iOS 13, macOS Catalina, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13 and watchOS 6 today. The company usually puts out these new beta updates with bug fixes and improvements, but there are also instances where you end up discovering new features. A new kind of setup has had been found inside of the new version of iOS 13 that deals with faster data transfers between devices. Read More

Netflix To Bring Pop-Out Player On Desktop Soon

Netflix is trying newer ways to keep the customers glued to their service. The company has been spotted testing a a new pop-out window feature on the desktop version which shows a mini-player on the top of the usual interface that runs on the background. This is similar to the picture-in-picture mode on WhatsApp and it will also help users multi-task while keeping other Apps open. Read More