Posts Tagged ‘OS X’
This is the eighty-seventh episode of my series titled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss iOS 5.1.1 and 5.1 untethered Jailbreak news, various possibilities for iCloud, iOS 6, downgrading from 5.1.1 and more! Links to the articles discussed in this episode:
Today Apple seeded the fourth post-release Lion upgrade to the public: Mac OS X Update 10.7.4. The new update is available for immediate download and install via the Software Update option found in the Apple menu for all OS X-based computers running 10.7 or higher.
In iOS 5, Apple introduced a completely revamped and intuitive notification system for iOS-based devices. Similarly, Apple announced a new iOS-esque notification system for OS X when Mountain Lion (the next major OS X installment that’s slated for release this summer) was revealed in February.
Today Apple officially announced that their annual World Wide Developers Conference (more commonly referred to as WWDC) will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California from the 11th of June to the 15th. With just over six weeks left until this year’s WWDC, passes went on sale for $1599 early this morning […]
Today Apple announced earnings and revenue generated during Q2 of the 2012 fiscal year. The results? Outstanding! To talk numbers, during the second fiscal quarter of 2011, Apple reported a revenue of $24.67 billion and a net profit of $5.99 billion (or $6.40 per diluted share). This year, Apple was proud to announce a quarterly […]
Last night, over a day after the 2012-003 Java update for OS X was released, Apple pushed out a standalone Flashback malware removal utility. The 2012-003 Java update implements a new Java applet security measure that intelligently disables the automatic execution of applets. The update also removes common variants of the Flashback malware.
Recently, at Intel’s Developer Forum, Kirk Skaugen (the Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s PC Client Group) discussed the company’s third-generation “Core” CPU series; code named, Sandy Bridge.
Apple has released Java for OS X 2012-003, a new update that addresses Java. The update is said to remove “the most common variants of the Flashback malware“.