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The end is nigh for Apple’s iTunes as the tech giant targets separate audio and video markets

Apple says it’s replacing iTunes with three dedicated entertainment applications as part of its new Mac operating system, Catalina, for desktop and laptop computers.

Skype update brings us HD video and mentions, with call recording coming soon

After nearly 15 years in the video-calling business, Skype has rolled out an update that’s long overdue — and it includes call/video recording and end-to-end encryption. Skype’s update is available on all desktop devices, including Linux, macOS, and Windows. It’s called Skype v8.0 and is reportedly the only version that will work after the first of September. Tell your friends, video c...[Read More]

Here’s how to get involved in the macOS Mojave public beta

It’s almost that time again, when Apple’s shiny new OS update drops and clogs up office bandwidth for days — not that we’ll complain when it’s macOS Mojave doing the clogging. But you don’t have to wait till all the kinks are ironed out in order to get in on the action — the macOS Mojave Public Beta is now live, meaning you can get some early hands-on time...[Read More]

Here’s how to download the macOS High Sierra public beta

Yesterday might have been the 10th anniversary of the original iPhone’s release, but Apple ha ad special treat for Mac owners instead: early access to macOS High Sierra. High Sierra is expected out later this year following its recent unveiling at Apple’s WWDD conference, but thanks to its public beta program, you can sign up and grab the update right now. And it’s packing a few ...[Read More]

What you need to know about macOS High Sierra

One of the things you can bank on from Apple’s annual WWDC event is that its operating systems will get an update. This year is no different, and there are a slew of changes coming to the company’s desktop and laptop OS. The new version is called macOS High Sierra, and if you’re a developer (or a keen enthusiast) you can download it today from Apple’s Developer website. The...[Read More]

Apple WWDC 2017 – what we want to see (and what we expect to get)

WWDC 2017 is upon us. From 5–9 June, Apple will offer in-depth sessions, labs, and speakers, to “bring together thousands of brilliant minds representing many diverse perspectives, passions, and talents to help us change the world”. Which is lovely, but us norms are tuning in for the keynote, where Apple reveals new kit, services and software. This year, Apple’s been tight-lipped, and few leaks ha...[Read More]

Apple macOS Sierra – OS X is dead, long live macOS

Well, this must be the most feeble excuse we’ve seen yet for the relaunch of a desktop operating system. You’ve named all of your other software using a convention that demands ‘name of system + OS’ – try tvOS, watchOS or (of course) iOS. So OS X just didn’t have a place in the Apple’s world any more. So say hello, then, to the first iteration of the first release of macOS – Sierra. Co...[Read More]

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