Review Hitman 2 Review
Network drive failures, audio issues abound.
On the day of its release, even.
Should have read the docs more carefully.
Adds a month to the schedule.
Opens up the MoltenVK driver.
Update can reopen the security hole.
Easily fixed, thankfully.
Passwords? Who needs 'em?
Launches new iPhones, Watches too.
Plus macOS High Sierra, VR, AR, and more.
Boosts battery life up to 11 percent.
Cross-platform compatibility promised.
Gave Microsoft just one week's warning.
Finally ditching HFS+.
In a move many thought impossible, hackintosh retailer Psystar has left Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in fine fetter, launching a new product to the ire of Apple.
The next version of iTunes is due to bring Blu-ray playback to the Mac - and not before time - according to information on the "About iTunes" dialogue.
Recent developer releases of Apple's next version of Mac OS have revealed support for four-finger multitouch tracking for original-model MacBook Airs.
With the "Push Notification" functionality delayed, Apple is expected to announce that background tasks will be allowed on the iPhone and iPod Touch platforms for the first time.
Users of Apple's Safari web browser - on both Mac OS X and Windows platforms - are being warned that an unpatched flaw in the RSS engine could lead to data theft.
The official Apple support forums are ablaze with users reporting problems with the latest build - 10.5.6 - of Mac OS X, ranging from hanging during installation to 'blue screening'.
Apple has updated its support site with a suggestion that users of Mac OS X employ some form of anti-virus defence in the wake of several Mac-based trojans.
Apple has released the latest build of its Safari browser, version 3.2, with anti-phishing protection from Google included alongside numerous security fixes.
Apple has released the latest update - 10.5.5 - to its 'Leopard' release of Mac OS X, and it brings with it some important security fixes for the OS.
The first modchip - an internal USB dongle - aimed at getting MacOS X running on an off-the-shelf PC has started to surface in eager users hands around the globe.
A patch aimed specifically at Apple's MacBook Air has been released, which introduces fixes for video playback issues and hopes to reduce idle power usage.