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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

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’s Fastest 8 Core MacBook Pro Has Been Launched

Apple has quietly updated its MacBook Pro laptops and they now come with double the performance and speed compared to the current line up. The new MacBook Pro model runs on a 8-core Intel 8th/9th generation processor. This means that that applications will run twice as faster and this is also a first for Apple to include include 8 cores in a MacBook Pro. Read More

iOS 13: What Can We Expect From The Next Big Update?

The big news are that the next generation update for the iOS operating system that covers iPhone, iPod, and IPad is already developing. At this early time, our knowledge for the new update is limited due to Apple keeping the project in the shadow, but some of the rumors suggest that the update will bring us many new things, making the operating system easier to use. Read More

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Apple Updates Its iMac Line

After the announcement of the new iPads, Apple has gone ahead and upgraded its iMacs with improved hardware of upto 8 cores with the advanced i9 processors. The company has also added the Radeon Pro Vega graphics option to boost the overall performance and computing power. This is the first time that Apple has upgraded the iMacs in a long time, which makes it the top desktop in the world right now. Read More

iOS 13 Will Support System Wide Dark Mode

After including the dark theme in macOS Mojave, Apple is planning to introduce a similar dark mode on iOS 13. The current version of iOS 12 does not offer any such dark theme and users will be eager to have this feature on iPhones and iPads. The dark mode will be basically included for easy viewing during the night and make it convenient to use the device for longer durations as it also saves battery compared to the usual white mode. Read More