Back in June, Apple unveiled macOS High Sierra. The next big upgrade for the company’s desktops and notebook computers. High Sierra shares a similar name with the update from last year, macOS Sierra. Well, this is intended, as with 2017 Apple is focusing more on getting the foundation of the Mac operating system solid with updated core technologies and getting making macOS much more stable. This doesn’t mean that High Sierra […]
Since the introduction of the first Mac OS X version, back in 2001 Apple has always had a theme wallpaper for every major release, which is usually released on a yearly basis. With later versions, Mac OS X has been renamed back to it’s old legacy name of macOS, as it fits better with the other naming schemes – iOS, tvOS, watchOS etc. 5K wallpapers Since every major version of […]
Along with iOS 11, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 – the next big version of macOS will be coming this Autumn, but only to compatible Macs. macOS High Sierra introduces tons of new features, among which are iCloud for iMessage, support for VR headsets, a transition to Apple’s own file system (APFS) and lots more. With High Sierra – Macs will be able to support external GPUs for VR too […]
For the past few years, Apple has taken a few hits for not being able to support external VR headsets, or any heavily intensive graphics work very well. The only option to run any high end systems was to use boot camp on the Mac and run it all in Windows. But then Macs of old didn’t even have the graphics hardware horsepower to properly run the headsets. Well, today […]
Apple’s annual WWDC or World Wide Developers Conference is just around the corner, on Monday at 6pm UK time Apple is expected to launch the next generation of macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS. Apple will be live streaming the event over at apple.com, but A&T Tech will also be live tweeting the whole event on our other Twitter account @aandt_live from 6pm UK time on Monday 5th June. Be sure to check back […]
For those users on the macOS beta track will notice that there is a new build of macOS Sierra 10.12.2 which simply adds a few bug fixes, the original build arrived a few days ago this week. Beta users can download it from the Mac App Store.
Just earlier today, Apple has released the latest beta versions of the four major operating systems that the company manages; tvOS, iOS, watchOS and macOS. Devoloers can now download watchOS 3.1, tvOS 10.0.1, iOS 10.1 and macOS Sierra 10.12.1. The software is available from Apple’s developer website and as of yet there isn’t any news on what is contained in these new updates.
With last years OS X Yosemite, Apple released a Dark Mode addition to the operating system, when enabled it turns the dock and menu bar darker as opposed to the translucent iOS esque feel, now with the macOS Sierra which is still being worked on Apple may be looking at bringing this stealthier look to the rest of the operating system. This news has come from a user on Twitter who […]
It has now been officially confirmed that Night Shift is coming to every Apple device from this point forward. Apple introduced this special Night Shift feature with the introduction to iOS 9.3. Since this time Apple Night Shift mode has been updated for both the iPhone and iPad in iOS 9.3.2 beta. The principles of which the device is set out to accomplish is to: save strain on your eyes, improve […]
Earlier this week Apple released new betas for iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6 and tvOS 9.2.2 and this is only a few weeks after the company released the first version of the software betas. Also it is only a week ago since Apple released the third beta of iOS 9.3.3, but this update has no new features just bug fixes to make it stable for release. OS X 10.11.6 and tvOS […]