After a three week wait, Apple has finally updated its pre-release stable of upcoming OS versions, bringing iOS 10, macOS 10.12 Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10 to the Beta 2 milestone. These releases are still only available to Apple developers.
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On Monday, Apple unveiled the next releases of each of its four major personal computing platforms---iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS---and unveiled a free app called Swift Playgrounds for the iPad.
While Windows is in no danger of losing its lock on the PC market, the Apple Mac is closing in on an important milestone: Macs now account for almost 10 percent of all PCs in use. Likewise, Windows has fallen below 90 percent usage share for the first time.
Businesses interested in field testing a preview version of Skype for Business for Mac can now do so: Microsoft announced today that the Public Preview is now starting and will expand over the coming weeks.
Responding to customer requests, Microsoft has added support for Mac OS X's Full Screen View and Split View features to Outlook 2016 for Mac. The firm says that the additions will help customers manage multiple email messages more easily.
VMWare this week announced the availability of Fusion 8, the latest release of its Mac-based virtualization solution, offering support for Windows 10.
Powerful virtualization solutions like Parallels 11 Desktop make it possible for Mac users to run both OS X apps and Windows 10 apps at the same time.
In this post, I'll explain how you can configure your Mac to dual-boot between Windows 10 and OS X using Boot Camp, and to do so as optimally as possible.
The various available options for running Windows on a Mac have been updated to support Windows 10. So it's time to take another look at how this works.
Apple now supports dual-booting newer Macs with Windows 10 using a technology called Boot Camp. As always, doing so incurs numerous trade-offs, but it works.
At its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote this morning, Apple announced updates to all three of its major mobile platforms: Mac OS X, iOS and watchOS.