There are several improvements in Apple’s recently launched macOS High Sierra, and Apple enthusiasts should be thrilled. These include an overhauled interface, faster processing, more efficient storage management, and a long list of application updates.
Every year in the fall, Apple releases updates to its hardware devices and software solutions. This year included some especially exciting announcements, particularly with regard to the iPhone. Whether Apple products are integral to your business or just personal favorites, you need to be aware of what was released this month.
If you own an Apple computer, you might think it’s impossible to install Windows-based software on it. But with operating system (OS) virtualization, you can run any application you want and enjoy exciting new cross-platform features.
Configure an entire machine with a few clicks
With programs like VMware and Parallels, installing Microsoft’s OS on your Mac is almost as easy as creating a new document in Office.
When new malware surfaces, many people often assume that it’s designed to attack Windows computers. However, Mac malware has been growing in popularity. Earlier this year, security researchers unearthed a new strain of spyware that may have been silently monitoring Mac computers for years.
If you’re only using command + c, command + v, and command + q, you’re not enjoying the efficiency of a Mac to its full extent. Among the numerous shortcuts and hidden features Apple has introduced over the years, here are our top timesaving picks.
Rejoice Apple users, the new macOS High Sierra is now available as a public beta! So let’s cut to the chase and address the long-awaited question: What’s new and exciting here? In terms of visible features, not a lot, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
Apple will release iOS 11 in late 2017, and users should expect to see substantial tweaks in user interface and productivity features. The changes will be most evident in the iPad Pro, which the company is positioning to be a standalone computer for enterprise users.
As a business owner, you want nothing more than to see your business succeed. But when faced with stiff competition and sophisticated cybercriminals, it’s hard to shake off the feeling of uncertainty. The future might be unpredictable, but the security of your Mac devices doesn’t have to be.
From May 2-6, a Trojan was attached to downloads of the macOS version of HandBreak, a free, cross-platform video transcoding software that processes multimedia files and other digital sources such as DVD and BluRay into .MP4 and .MKV files, and other formats.
One of the defining characteristics of Apple computers is their seemingly impenetrable security system. Business and individual consumers alike who value security most in an operating system choose Apple products. Will this still be the case now that malware attacks on MacOS are increasing — 744% in 2016, according to reports? Read on to find out.