Apple's 2 Most Recent Software Updates Are a Mess and It's a Real Problem for a Company Known For 'It Just Works'
iOS 13 and macOS Catalina releases have been problematic for a brand that prides itself on delivering the best customer experiences. Last week I wrote about macOS Catalina, the latest version of Apple's
macOS Catalina was released to the public earlier this week, making it easier for developers to port their iPad apps to the Mac. Twitter is joining the club today with a new Catalyst version of its iPad
Don’t update your Mac to macOS Catalina without doing some serious checking first. The new Mac operating system makes some deep changes, which means that at least a handful of apps on your Mac will break.
Apple has released macOS Catalina; the latest version of its desktop operating system for millions of iMacs, Macs, MacBooks and MacBook Pro machines. Unfortunately Apple has also confirmed that there some
If you’ve updated to macOS Catalina, you probably already know that iTunes is gone and has been replaced with separate Music, TV, and Podcasts apps. So syncing, backing up, updating, and restoring iPhone
Apple’s latest desktop operating system update, macOS Catalina, will mark the official end of iTunes after nearly two decades. But that transition is proving to be complicated for a certain subset of users
Following a longer than expected testing period that spanned 11 separate developer betas and ran past the releases of new iOS and iPadOS updates, Apple today officially released macOS Catalina to the public.
Apple has updated iOS, watchOS and iPadOS in recent weeks -- and now we're going back to the Mac. macOS Catalina is rolling out for users everywhere on Monday and brings with it some solid new updates.
If ever there was a piece software that users have taken for granted, it’s PDF readers. Let’s face it, the “portable document format” developed by Adobe in the 1990s has become one of the most ubiquitous