OS X 10.10 Yosemite was shown off at WWDC 2014 on June 2 and will be released sometime in the fall. In addition to new features like Today view and Extensibility widgets in Notification Center, a better, smarter Spotlight, iCloud Drive, enhanced functionality in Mail, Messages, and Safari, and Continuity with iOS 8, OS X Yosemite brings interface and experience refinements to Apple's desktop operating system, similar in spirit if not exact execution to the iOS 7 makeover of 2013 — interface depth and translucency effects, textual clarity and other elements to improve the overall user experience.
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Apple has released OS X 10.11.1, which brings with it some new emoji, improvements for Office 2016 and more. You can find the download in the Mac App Store now.
Apple is apparently set to include a custom emoji character in iOS 9.1 and OS X 10.11, breaking slightly from the standard Unicode set.
Apple has pushed out a new RAW compatibility update to OS X Yosemite, bringing system-level support for the image format for more cameras from Sony, Leica, Canon, and Panasonic.
OS X 10.10.4's implementation of the "trimforce" command is great for some Mac users who have upgraded their systems with third-party SSDs. But there's a potential pitfall, too. Read on for details.
Having problems with Apple devices on your network getting lost or appended with numbers? "Discoveryd" might be to blame.
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