The growing pains continue with OS X Mavericks as upgraders report problems with external Thunderbolt storage and eSATA cards on certain, but not all, MacBook Pro models.
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After installing OS X Mavericks to their systems, some users want to go back to whatever system version they had before, usually Mountain Lion or Lion. However, a retrograde is not an easy process.
A Mac architect takes a detailed look at the forthcoming Mac Pro's graphic processors, which reveal plenty of potential value in the top-of-the-line machine.
A number of MacBook owners are receiving battery warnings and reduced run times after upgrading to OS X Mavericks.
A developer reports that some scripts now running under Mavericks are bringing up a security dialog that may likely be unfamiliar to users.
Yes, Mac sales were off some 7 percent in the fourth fiscal quarter. Does this mean the sky is falling on the Mac platform (again), as some suggest?
Mac owners updating to the latest version of OS X report problems with Gmail accounts, including duplicated files, missing messages, and missing rules and labels.
On Tuesday Apple announced speed-bumped MacBook Pros, but it's not Haswell and Crystal Well that are its key features. It's the new 1TB PCIe-based SSD and 16GB of RAM.
Apple released the first major update to iWork in almost four years. Here's a look at what's new in Apple's revamped productivity suite.
Professional users of the Mac will have interesting choices around price and performance with the arrival of the forthcoming Mac Pro. It also shows that the market segmentation strategy that Steve Jobs enforced within Apple 15 years ago appears to be holding — and working.