Right after trimming a track, fading out on a clip is one of the most common things you’ll want to do in GarageBand. The process sounds a little tricky at first — it involves a feature confusingly called Automation — but after reading our directions, it’ll be a piece of cake. [via TechRadar]
Odds are, one of the first things you’ll try to do in Garageband is trim a track. Good news: it’s super-duper easy, whether you want to chuck a chunk of audio or tweak a clip’s starting or stopping point. [via TechRadar]
IBM's partnership with Apple continues to grow stronger, and now the company is attempting to help other businesses make an easy transition to using Macs. In addition, Steve Jobs will be the focus of a new opera, and Apple claims it's going to get out a fix for two new Mac vulnerabilities soon.
The Mac is usually thought of as a bastion of safety and security in the virus-crowded landscape of modern personal computing, but a new worm may have just changed all that. In addition, Apple is toying with the idea of becoming its own cellular data provider, and the Cupertino company is also said to be developing a voicemail transcription service for Siri.
In today's Apple Daily, IBM hints in an employee video that the majority of its worksforce could end up using Macs. In other news, the Force Touch components for the next iPhones are apparently already in mass production, and BMW reportedly ends its talks with Apple.
Want a better look at Apple's "spaceship" campus once it's finished without having to work for Apple? It looks like you'll be able to, thanks to a new visitor's center that's said to be going up on the site. In addition, iPad sales continue to fall (but there's hope they'll jump up again later this year), and Apple released the third public beta for Mac OS El Capitan.
With OS X Yosemite, Apple added more functions to Spotlight such as movie suggestions and website search results. And by installing a small utility called Flashlight, you can improve Spotlight even more with new commands. [via TechRadar]
Another day, another report that Apple's market share of the desktop PC business continues to climb while all other manufacturers are seeing losses on a global sale. In other news, Apple has released the public betas for iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan, and Office 365 users can now use Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac.
This week there are a couple of good deals on refurbished units from Apple, as well as a great deal on iPads on eBay while supplies last. If you're looking for something really different, though, there's a USB charger available on Amazon that also charges your car. Act today, and it won't cost that much at all.