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Alongside iOS 8.4 and Apple Music, Apple has also released OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 with significant bug fixes and improvements. The update is recommended for all OS X Yosemite users to install.
The most important change in OS X 10.10.4 is the removal of the “discoveryd” networking process and replaced with “mDNSResponder” which aims to improve the performance, reliability and stability of networking components in OS X for Wi-Fi and local networking.
At WWDC2014 today, Apple announced the next version of its desktop operating system, OS X 10.10 Yosemite. And it’s a beast! OS X Yosemite comes with an even cleaner design and lots of features inspired by iOS, being centered around a central theme “Continuity” Continue reading
With less than 10 minutes to Apple’s keynote at WWDC 2014 ( you can watch it live here ), Mashable’s Lance Ulanoff tweeted a picture of a pair of onstage iMacs, appearing to show off the desktop for Apple’s next major OS, presumably called “Yosemite”. Apple is expected to unveil iOS 8, OS X 10.10, potential new hardware, a home automation platform. Apple is also said to be unveiling more plans for its iBeacon technology. The keynote starts at 10 AM Pacific Time.
Danny Giebe created a new concept for Mac OS X 10.10 Syrah that removes the ”skeuomorphic” elements making the UI cleaner and flatter.
Hi, this is a concept for Mac OS X Syrah, expected to be published in September 2014. It’s based on the new flat design approach of the Contacts and Notes App introduced in Mac OS X Mavericks. Checkout the Concept.jpg. I hope you like you like it. Feedback is highly appreciated.
Jump over the break to check out the concept in greater detail…
Apple has pushed an update for iMovie for OS X which includes integration with Yosemite’s new Photos app, bundled with OS X 10.10.3 beta.
With OS X 10.10 Yosemite, one of the new features introduced by Apple was the Dark Mode. There are two ways to activate it. You can either go to System Preferences > General and check “Use dark menu bar and dock” under “Appearance” or hit CMD+Alt(option)+Control+T. Woahhh a shorcut? Yeah, a shortcut but it won’t work just like that. To make it work, you’ll need to open the Terminal.app and type this in: /Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist _HIEnableThemeSwitchHotKey -bool true.
Maybe the shortcut is more than enough for you, but here’s another way to activate the Dark Mode: schedule it with “Lights Out”. Download the app here, and jump over the break to check out the video on how to use it.
If you’ve upgraded to Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10) and you’re using the default settings, each time you start typing in Spotlight (to open an application or search for a file on your computer), your local search terms and location are sent to Apple and third parties (including Microsoft).