Mavericks May Be Mucking Up Haswell-Powered MacBook Pro Retina Models

Mavericks may be the superlative version of Apple's desktop operating system, and the Haswell-equipped Retina MacBook Pro computers may be (in my opinion) the best hardware the Cupertino company makes, but it seems the two just aren't getting along. Read More >>

Apple OS X Mavericks Gold Master Is Out

The Gold Master version of OS X Mavericks is now available for developers. That means that OS X Mavericks has reached the final build and is ready to go to customers. What we see in this build will be exactly what everyone sees when they upgrade to Mavericks. Read More >>

OS X Mavericks First Impressions: A Little Good Going a Long Way

Mavericks is the first OS X release since Snow Leopard that doesn't constantly make you stop, consider a new feature that has just made your life worse in some incomprehensible way, and then hope very hard that this is a bug; because it cannot possibly be an intended feature, because the world is, mostly, a basically good place where people (like software engineers) do not deliberately inflict things like Launchpad on good, hardworking people. Read More >>

OS X Mavericks Wallpaper Could Mean Retina iMacs and Cinema Displays

With Apple's announcement of OS X Mavericks came a brand new shiny desktop background featuring a glistening wave, downloadable from the Apple website. The most intriguing thing about the new wallpaper, though, is the resolution, which could indicate a coming upgrade to Apple's desktop displays. Read More >>

Did Apple’s WWDC Announcements Wow You, Or Just Fall Flat?

Ignoring our horrific design in-joke in the headline, what did you make of Apple's offerings tonight? Between iOS 7; OS X Mavericks; iTunes Radio, and the new MacBook Airs and Mac Pros, it was a strong showing -- but is that a good-strong or bad-strong showcase, dear readers? Have a look at all that Apple announced below, and give us your feedback. Read More >>

Apple Ditches OS X’s Big Cats, For OS X Mavericks

While iOS 7 was expected to be the star of Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) this year, it wasn't the only operating system getting a significant update. Supposedly codenamed "Cabernet" at headquarters, OS X Mavericks was unveiled on Monday and marked a turn away from the big cat naming convention Apple's used for years. The specific improvements, however, are designed to improve performance across Apple platforms. So upgrading to OS X Mavericks won't just make life on your Mac easier. It'll make life easier. Read More >>