Automatic Downloads of Mac Apps Coming With Mountain Lion

automatic downloads9to5Mac have just discovered a new feature in the developer preview of Mountain Lion that further proves that the Mac is slowly undergoing – iOSification. As the screenshots shows, now when you download a new App via the Mac App Store and if you have “Automatic Downloads” turned on, the same App will instantly be installed on all of your other Macs with the same iTunes account. Exactly what happens with iOS. Read More

Apple To Stop Selling Boxed Software

apple letter to universityApple carries on with trying to stop selling their software in boxes. We have already expreienced it when they released the Mac App Store, and with Mac OS X Lion which Apple decided to sell directly via the Store without having to require an installation disk.

Since the beginning of the Mac App Store and Mac OS X Lion, Apple has been trying to make all its other softwares available in the same easy installation format as well. Read More

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Apple Seeds OS X Lion 10.7.2, iCloud Beta 9 and iPhoto Beta 3 to Developers

mac os x updateApple has just released a new version of OS X Lion 10.7.2, an update to iCloud for Mac beta 9 and an update to iPhoto beta 3 to developers. The downloads are available via the Apple’s Developer website. The iCloud update for Lion integrates the various iCloud for web feature with the Lion App, and provide better syncing capabilities. Read More

Lion Demoed at WWDC, Launching in July for $29.99

At WWDC, Apple gave developers a preview of the next generation of Mac OS X – Lion. Lion is full with exciting new features, and is a fusion of Mac OS X and iOS. With over 200 new features, Lion includes interesting items like complete multitouch gesture support, App Store, Resume, Auto-Save, Versions, Better Mail, AirDrop, and more. Ten major features of Lion were demoed by Phil Schiller. Read More

New iMacs With Sandy Bridge Coming Next Week

imacSources have told AppleInsider that Apple will be releasing new versions of iMac that will be equipped with Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processors. Apple plans to make the new iMacs available on May 3rd, Tuesday. The new computers are believed to have the latest and fastest Thunderbolt port, and Apple will replace the system’s first-gen Core i processors and miniDisplay ports for second-generation Core i Chips. Read More

Apple Files for Mac OS X “Lion” Trademark

lionApple has recently filed an official trademark request for the term “Lion” which is the next generation operating system for Mac to be released in spring. Apple is set to launch Lion this summer, and the beta is already out for developers. Lion combines the magic of the iPad with the power of OS X to produce something that is totally different, and goes well with the “Post PC” era. Read More