The Mac|Life 101 series is where you can come to learn new and simple ways to do things with Apple’s desktop and mobile operating systems. Whether you’re new to the platform, or just want to learn a new technique, then Mac 101 is for you.
If you are new to the Mac, then image editing may be a bit confusing for you. In OS X, Preview is the ultimate image editing and viewing application. It can open almost any image file, including PDFs; and, the app includes some pretty nifty markup, editing, and viewing tools. In this tip, we'll show you how to put these features to use.
After a lengthy period where Color Labs was virtually ignored, the company found itself in the spotlight yet again this week with rumors of a shutdown, then an acquisition by Apple. But it turns out neither of those stories are quite true.
News broke Wednesday that the shareholders of Color Labs voted to "wind down" the company, but it now appears it may live on in some other form with rumors of the company being purchased by Apple instead.
Regardless of what you use your computer for, there’s one thing that’s in common with all set ups: a display. There are tons of different display manufacturers to choose from with varying standards of quality, and because of this, each of your displays may not have the exact same color accuracy. There is a remedy however: your Mac's built-in Display Calibrator Assistant. Read on and we’ll show you how to ensure you’ll always see the most vivid, true color on your display.
As the Mayan time-line nears its end, the job market continues to fluctuate and North Korea keeps on keeping on, the frightened, confused denizens of earth cry out to anyone that will listen, pleading for a calming voice of reason to give us something--anything--that resembles a spot of good news. What's that you say? PANTONE has announced their Color of the Year for 2011?