It seems almost inevitable. The room’s been booked, the invitations have been sent out and the flights are scheduled. Apple must be revealing a Tablet on the 27th. There remains, however, many questions surrounding exactly what form the device will take. I have a particular interest in the tablet’s user interface. Interfaces are something that […]
Apple’s newest revision of OSX, Snow Leopard, has been covered to death in recent days. Thus rendering any sort of detailed review redundant. So, as a launch day upgrader across a couple of Macs (one iMac, one MacBook), I thought I’d just point out some of the subtle changes I’ve not seen covered elsewhere. Repetition […]
When OSX Leopard was first announced, Spaces was one of the features that got me most excited. Whenever I’m at my Mac, I’m typically doing a number of things at the same time. The ability to quickly and easily switch between seemingly full desktops, each of which containing applications, had me sold from day one. […]
This post summarises the best articles covering Apple and OSX from this site’s archives.
Since my last two OSX Hidden Gem posts, OSX has gone up a version and many OSX users have entered the brave new world of Leopard. Leopard has been an interesting release. Not as major as some would have hoped yet still interesting enough to warrant the entrance fee. Just like the previous Hidden Gems […]
A week on and the dust has settled on the Macworld 2008 announcements. So what were the highlights and lowlights of the show?
CSS Edit is one of, if not THE best CSS editing application available on any platform. It blows most others completely out of the water. Why? It’s a very mac-like application. It’s fast, sleek, highly usable and does a fantastic job of catering for beginners and experienced users alike. The X-Ray feature is especially usefull, […]
The Macworld highlight, Steve’s Keynote, has been and gone. As with most keynotes, much of it was US focused. So this is the Macworld Keynote with a British Accent. This is the first post, covering the big announcement, look for more soon. MacBook Air Undoubtedly the star of the show. Much of the Keynote was […]
There are hundreds of utilities out there for OSX. Some are useful, some are not. Some are free, some are expensive. This is a list of four absolutely essential FREE OSX utilities.
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last couple of weeks, I thought I’d point out that Mac Heist have their second bundle of Mac Apps for sale. At the moment there are 11 apps up for grabs for $49, thats about £25. Currently, the bundle contains 1password, CoverSutra, Cha-Ching, iStopMotion, Awaken, […]