Posts Tagged ‘OS X’
During this year’s World Wide Developer Conference, held in June, Apple announced that OS X Mountain Lion (the next major installment to their proprietary operating system) would be publicly available sometime in July. While the specific release date was unknown since Apple’s announcement, we certainly know now.
According to Bloomberg, Apple is prepared to take an interesting leap in the name of software security by presenting at this week’s Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Last week, it was reported that Amazon is in the design and development stages of having a smartphone created that will sell at a lower price point than the more popular devices. The company is said to take a similar approach to the one they used when setting the bar for the cheap tablet industry […]
Yesterday, in addition to seeding OS X Mountain Lion GM (the final version before a public release) to developers, Apple also started accepting Mountain Lion apps into the Mac App Store. According to an email sent out to registered developers yesterday, Apple is encouraging the submission of Mountain Lion apps to the Mac App Store […]
The above video is my speed and benchmark test video for the new 2012 Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models. During the video, both MacBooks are thoroughly compared by means of reboot, standard boot, benchmark and flash storage speed tests.
The above video is my unboxing of the latest mid-2012 MacBook Air. Announced at this year’s World Wide Developers Conference, the new MacBook Air features noteworthy hardware upgrades.
Welcome to the ninety-third episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss leaked information regarding the “iPhone 5’s” dock connector, Microsoft’s new Surface Tablet, the Xbox 720 and more.
Welcome to the ninety-second episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss iOS 6, Apple’s new Retina MacBook Pro, the Jailbreak exploit that was patched, OS X Mountain Lion and more.