watchOS 5.3, macOS Mojave 10.14.6, and tvOS 12.4 are also rolling out to users
Not much info is given, but we now have screenshots.
Rumor has it it’ll use the same tech as iTunes and even let you burn CDs.
macOS 10.15 will also reportedly add new Podcasts, Apple Music, Reminders, iMessage, and Apple Books apps.
Expect a preview of the browser for the Mac in the near future.
Apple Pencil support is expected as well.
It will be more of a slow death, according to reports.
This is huge news for the future of web browsing.
A new report out of Bloomberg today states Apple is gearing up to launch iOS app compatibility within macOS. In other words, as early as next year, the company could allow developers to develop a single application that would run on both iOS and macOS, two operating systems that have never Continue Reading
Skype for Windows and Mac is today receiving an upgrade with a fresh design that’s more in line with the recent changes Microsoft made to the service’s mobile apps. The new look first debuted back in June and later made its way to preview versions of Skype for the desktop, Continue Reading
In a new report out of TechCrunch, Apple has announced it will be stepping away from using Bing for Siri and Spotlight searchs in iOS and macOS and will instead opt for Google. Bing will still provide images in searches (some argue its database is a bit more reliable than Continue Reading
Today, Apple began rolling out the fifth developer beta of macOS 10.13 High Sierra for testing on the Mac. This comes two weeks after the fourth developer and third public builds were released. If your Mac is registered to receive preview builds, head over to the “Updates” tab in the App Continue Reading
It’s World Emoji Day, and for some reason, we need to dedicate a whole 24 hours to a collection of icons that includes a middle finger and blob of poo because that’s the way we communicate now. But don’t let that get you down because there’s more emoji on the Continue Reading
After being delayed last month, Google’s new Backup and Sync utility for Mac and Windows is now available for download. The tool allows users to more conveniently manage their photos and files from within Google’s cloud services in a friendly, more consumer-focused way. It’s worth a note that G Suite Continue Reading
Today Apple began rolling out the sixth beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.6 to both developers and public beta testers for debugging before an initial release to the public likely sometime in the near future. This comes the following week after the fifth build hit airwaves. If your Mac is registered Continue Reading