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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Mountain Lion’

Mountain Lion Release Date: Vacation Ban Gives Clues

Earlier this week we told you that Apple might be launching OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion on July 19th. New information that has surfaced today may lend some weight to that date. According to a report from MacRumors, employees at a third party company that specializes in tech support for Apple products are being told they cannot go on vacation …

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OS X Mountain Lion To Release July 19th?

One of the big stories from Apple’s WWDC 2012 keynote last week was OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. The latest version of Apple’s desktop operating system packs in a bunch of exciting new features, including Notification Center, Reminders, Twitter Integration (and probably Facebook, too), and more. They also announced the price – a positively shocking $19.99. One thing they did …

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WWDC 2012: Apple Uploads Keynote To YouTube

On Monday various Apple executives took the stage for the keynote at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, which ends today. During the keynote they introduced a huge number of new products. Items on the menu included updates to the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro lines, an all new MacBook Pro with retina display, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, and iOS …

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Baidu, Apple To Share iOS Search Revenue

When Apple announced iOS 6 during Monday’s WWDC 2012 keynote, they introduced a whole slew of new features. In fact, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system will include more than 200 new features, including an all-new Maps app, Facebook integration, improvements to Siri, and much more. Since the announcement, there has been one feature of iOS 6 that …

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Growl 2.0 To Work With Notification Center, Not Against It

Whenever Apple unveils a new version of one of their operating systems – iOS or OS X – they tend to include at least a few new, interesting features. Unfortunately, though, these new goodies sometimes have unpleasant side effects for certain segments of the developer community. It’s not at all uncommon for iOS or OS X to introduce a feature …

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Messages Beta For OS X Lion Disappears From Apple’s Website

Back in February Apple shocked pretty much everybody by announcing OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion without warning. At the time, they released a developer preview of Mountain Lion, as well as a public beta of one of Mountain Lion’s tentpole features: Messages. Just like Messages on iOS, Messages for OS X allows users to sync their iMessage conversations across devices. …

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Syncing Computers With OS X? There’s A Power Nap For That

Apple announced a new addition to the Mountain Lion/OS X family, in the name of keeping your new MacBook Pro up-to-date with relevant information concerning data stored to iCloud (email, calendar updates) via other devices, as well as keeping it current with application and various hardware updates. The new program is called “Power Nap” and as pointed out by Gizmodo, …

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Apple Adds Dictation to Mountain Lion

Similar to when Apple brought Siri to the iPad in the form of dictation software, they announced at the Developers Conference today, that they with bring that same functionality to the new line of Macbooks. The new Apple OS, Mountain Lion, will contain iPad style dictation. This is not the full version of Siri, but it can be used for …

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OS X Mountain Lion Detailed And Priced At WWDC 2012

On top of all the new hardware hitting today during Apple’s WWDC keynote, we can’t forget about the software that runs it all. While people are probably more interested in iOS 6, the update to the next iteration of OS X – Mountain Lion – should have Mac users equally excited. During the keynote, Craig Federighi took the stage to …

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iOS 6, New Mac Updates On Tap At WWDC 2012 Today

It wouldn’t be much of a stretch at all to say that Apple’s WWDC 2012 keynote is the most highly-anticipated keynote in a long time. Historically, Apple has used WWDC to unveil new generations of the iPhone. Last year’s delayed launch of the iPhone 4S, however, means that we won’t be seeing the next iPhone (probably “the new iPhone,” instead …

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WWDC 2012: Moscone West Gets A Makeover

WWDC 2012 starts in just five days. In preparation for the event, which kicks off Monday morning in San Francisco, the conference’s venue, Moscone West, is getting itself all prettied up. According to images that are being published all around the internet this morning, banners are going up inside Moscone West. The tagline for this year’s conference is “Where great …

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WWDC 2012: Apple Announces Keynote, Schedule, App

Apple has released the schedule for the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, including this year’s Apple keynote. As we reported last month, WWDC 2012 is scheduled for June 11-15 at San Francisco’s Moscone West. Apple’s keynote will take place on Monday June 11th at 10 AM Pacific Time (1 PM Eastern). It will be Tim Cook’s first WWDC keynote since becoming …

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