Apple's revamped productivity and lifestyle software is free, and full of new features. But some users are howling over what's been taken out.
In celebration of 30 years of the Mac, Apple has put together a collection of applications which "capture the spirit of what makes the platform extraordinary."
The company releases an iWork update that adds Google Docs-like collaboration features that Apple announced last month.
A new billboard for the Surface 2 features an Excel calculation that seems not to stand up when, for example, using one's fingers.
Apple OS X Mavericks is free. The new Apple software won't cost you a penny to upgrade your iMac or MacBook.
If your Mac has two GPUs then you can set it to use the lower-power one to save energy; however, sometimes that's not enough.
Apple has released the latest update to its iLife '11 suite of applications including Garageband, iPhoto (previously updated), and iMovie, now versions 6.0.1, 9.1.1, and 9.0.1 respectively.
Apple's gearing up for one more thing -- a smaller version of the iPad -- and will send out invites to the press next week, according to Fortune.
A few people who have purchased retail copies of the latest iLife '11 suite from Apple have complained that the installer may hang halfway through its progress, or stop with an error stating that the manufacturer (Apple) should be contacted.
Read CNET's Apple iLife '11 full review to find out what's new, what's not, and whether the long-awaited upgrade to the software suite is worth your $49.