Are you making the most of your Mac's operating system and built-in software? If you're running OS X Yosemite and you aren't taking advantage of these 22 features, the answer is no! These handy pointers will save you time and make you more efficient, and they make things easier on your Mac as well. Read on for 22 top tips that every Mac user should know.
OS X Mavericks is finally here, so MacLife proudly presents a series of informative how-tos to keep you updated on what has changed and how to use it. Check back often to learn more about the newest Mac operating system from Apple..
Mavericks and iCloud are changing the way people store their passwords and sync them across devices. For the average user who doesn’t implement 1Password or LastPass into their workflow, and doesn’t need the advanced features that come with those software packages, iCloud Keychain is the perfect companion. With iCloud Keychain, usernames saved on one machine, will be available on other Macs and iOS devices with the service turned on. Continue reading, and we’ll show you how to turn this feature on, and how to use it on both Macs and iOS devices alike.
It remains to be seen how the new iPhone 5c will fare with consumers, but analysts and Wall Street investors appear to be joining a chorus of journalists who have already given a thumbs down to the handset, strictly because it's not as low-priced as they'd imagined it might have been. If that's not a head scratcher, we don't know what is, but we can only imagine come next Friday, Sept. 20 there's going to be an awful lot of folks walking out of retail stores with an iPhone 5c in their hands...
Now that Apple has made it clear that felines are on their way out with OS X Mavericks, the company showed off big improvements to the speed and performance of the next-generation Safari web browser that comes along with it.