By Christian Zibreg on Jul 25, 2012
Hot on the heels of the OS X Mountain Lion release that just hit Apple’s servers an hour ago, Cupertino today unleashed Safari 6 for Lion, bringing some of Safari’s features from Mountain Lion to Lion systems.
Most notably, Safari 6 now (finally!) features a unified field which acts as both the address bar and search field, akin to Chrome’c Omnibox. Also new is Offline Reading List, first introduced in iOS 6, which downloads entire webpages saved for reading later so you can access them when offline… Read More
By Jeff Benjamin on May 18, 2012
Meet the brand new Safari. No, Apple hasn’t made any upgrades to Safari themselves, but you can gain a significantly better Safari browser right now by installing Swipe Safari – a new jailbreak tweak that just touched down on Cydia’s BigBoss repo.
Swipe Safari promises to bring OS X Lion’s Safari navigation to the small screen, along with a host of other improved options and abilities.
The question is, is it worth its $1.50 asking price? Take a look at our video walkthrough inside and judge for yourselves… Read More
By Jeff Benjamin on Feb 16, 2012
Today Apple took the wraps off of OS X Mountain Lion (I know, we should have saw that one coming) and continuing with the movement started with its predecessor, OS X Lion, it borrows heavily from iOS.
In fact, you could say that OS X Lion’s iOS implants were rather mild compared to what Mountain Lion plans to offer. Apple is obviously serious about completely combining the best elements of iOS directly into its desktop operating system, and no where is this more evident than with Mountain Lion.
Like times past, Apple has released a video teaser outlining various components of their upcoming OS X update. You’re already aware of one of them — iMessage — but what are the others? Read More
By Jeff Benjamin on Oct 12, 2011
Apple is very busy this week, as is evident by their release of iOS 5, iCloud.com, iWork updates, new apps like Find My Friends, AirPort Utility, and more.
Just moments ago, Apple pushed out OS X Lion 10.7.2, which implements iCloud directly into OS X.
iCloud is Apple’s flagship cloud service, which will allow you to push contacts, bookmarks, email, and more directly to all of your iOS devices wirelessly.. Read More
By Oliver Haslam on Jun 1, 2011
With Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference just a few days away, the Cupertino outfit has begun preparations by decking out its Moscone West venue with a large Apple logo. While the logo isn’t yet complete – these people do have to eat and sleep apparently – we’re sure everyone can see the finished article will show Apple’s iconic logo cover two sides worth of windows… Read More