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When will Apple merge OS X and iOS?

With merging OS X and iOS, it’s a matter of “when,” not “if.”

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WireLurker Malware portends a new era in OS X and iOS cyber attacks

The first serious compromise of iOS security on non-jailbroken devices.

iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite bugginess

Is Apple spreading its OS development resources too thinly?

Mac App Store updated with Yosemite design

Not everyone is seeing it yet, though.

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Yosemite killed my iMac (or, the catharsis of data loss)

Honestly, I kind of wish this had happened sooner.

Apple iLife update includes OS X Yosemite support

The downloads total over 3GB, so set aside some time.

iTunes 12.0.1 update released with Yosemite support

Designed for OS X Yosemite, but compatible with Mavericks.

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OS X Yosemite available today for free

Better get queued up, it’s going to be a busy download kind of day.

Apple releases OS X v10.9.5 beta to developers

Apple released OS X 10.9.4 to the public about a month ago, and has since been working on their next beta of OS X Mavericks. That was released to developers yesterday, when the company began to seed the OS X v10.9.5 beta (with built number 13F7) through the Mac Dev Center. Apple has asked OS X developers to focus on different aspects of the operating system, including graphics, Safari, USB, and USB smart cards.

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Hands-on with the OS X Yosemite beta, 24 hours in

Yosemite represents the most drastic Mac OS interface shift since the original OS X Aqua interface with its pinstripes and lickable buttons. I guess it’s appropriate that this version be opened up for beta testing just like its predecessor. Here are my impressions from my first day using the new OS X.

OS X Yosemite goes into beta testing today

There’s still time to register for Apple’s OS X Beta Program before the OS X Yosemite beta test begins today at 11 a.m. Pacific. Act quickly since only the first million who sign up can participate. All you need is an Apple ID, a Mac running OS X Mavericks, and if you’re lucky you’ll be given a redemption code to download the beta from the Mac App Store.

Is the Mac really invading the enterprise sector?

A survey indicates the iPad holds 90-plus percent of the enterprise tablet market, but others contend it’s not just the iOS making inroads in corporate IT these days. Should Microsoft be worried?