Grab one of those fancy new iMacs this week? Or maybe one of the swanky new Thunderbolt-packing MacBook Pros? Thou shalt head to Software Update, my friends, where you will find some shiny new goodness that awaits thee.
Since the first iPhone debuted in 2007 -- and right up through this week’s iOS 4.3.3 update -- installing a new software version on your handset has meant jacking into iTunes. But that could change starting with iOS 5 later this year.
If you’ve already installed Tuesday’s Aperture 3.1.2 update and happen to own an Apple TV, your work today isn’t quite finished -- Apple has pushed out a 4.2.1 update for its second-generation media box to address an issue with screen flickering on older televisions and more.
It’s time again to visit an old friend, your Mac OS X Software Update! Today’s feature attraction is this stylish Aperture 3.1.2 update courtesy of Apple, Inc., which comes complete with overall stability and performance as well as a host of specific fixes.
Hear that? That's the iOS 4.3 bell, calling you to download and install it to your iOS device. The new update includes airplay enhancements, a faster Safari, iTunes home sharing and the return of the iPad orientation switch. Get it today! No, seriously, get it today because if you're planning on getting the new iPad 2 this weekend, you'll need it. Might as well start now.
Updates! Updates! Read all about it! Get your software update for iTunes now to get iOS 4.3 syncing capabilities for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new update also includes improved Home Sharing that enables you to browse and play media from your iTunes library.
Today, Apple released software updates for both iMovie and iDVD to improve the overall quality and stability of the two applications. The iMovie 9.0.2 update fixes an issue that could cause audio playback to be out of sync and is recommended for all users of iMovie '11, while iDVD 7.1.1 update includes an update that ensures compatibility when sending slideshows from iPhoto '11 to iDVD. You can update your system from the Software Update option in your menu bar or from Apple's official site.
As we wait with baited breath for the grand opening of the Mac App Store tomorrow, today Apple provided a bit of a maintenance update to its iWork productivity suite. The update also expanded support for iWork.com, which has been in public beta for going on two years.