October Event 2014
  1. October 17th, 2014 by Jonathan Stewart
    Celebrating 30 years: Launching the Macworld Reunion Collectors’ Edition – 1985 – 2015
    The biggest news today didn’t come from Tim Cook or from within Apple’s October event, it comes from the Macworld Australia HQ. We, at...
  2. October 17th, 2014 by Leah Yamshon
    Apple’s WatchKit SDK is coming in November
    Among Apple’s many announcements on Friday, some of the more intriguing aspects were the things Apple execs didn’t really talk about. CEO...
  3. October 17th, 2014 by Jason Snell
    OS X Yosemite: a new design built just for Retina Macs
    For a few years there, it felt like major changes in OS X’s look and behaviour were imminent. The conventional wisdom during the Lion and Mountain...
  4. October 17th, 2014 by Mark Hachman
    Apple’s Mac mini finally updated, starting price dropped
    At the end of the Apple’s launch of the Apple iPad Air 2 and Apple iPad mini 3 came one more thing: An update to the Apple mini, complete with a...
  5. October 17th, 2014 by Leah Yamshon
    iOS 8.1 to launch October 20 with Apple Pay, Camera Roll and iCloud Photo Library
    Right alongside the launch of Yosemite, Apple announced the launch of iOS 8.1, the first major update to iOS 8 since it launched in September. As...
  6. October 17th, 2014 by Jason Snell
    OS X Yosemite: Get to know the new, slimmed down Safari
    If there’s a single app that defines the OS X experience, it’s probably Safari. Not everyone uses it (many of my friends and family members prefer...
  7. October 17th, 2014 by Jason Snell
    OS X Yosemite: New Notification Center finally gives widgets their due
    Notification Center has been a part of OS X for two years. It was introduced in Mountain Lion and expanded upon in Mavericks. But with OS X Yosemite,...
  8. October 17th, 2014 by Jason Snell
    OS X Yosemite: Spotlight gets a new look and power to search beyond your Mac
    Like its littermate Dashboard, OS X’s Spotlight feature has been with us since OS X Tiger, way back in 2005. That entire time, it’s been a systemwide...
  9. October 17th, 2014 by Christopher Breen
    How to install Mac OS X Yosemite
    Yosemite changes the look and feel of your Mac, from ever-so-transparent windows to a completely new Spotlight interface. But what hasn’t changed...
  10. October 17th, 2014 by Jonathan Stewart
    Apple announces new Retina 5K iMac, iPad Air 2, OS X Yosemite
    Apple has unveiled the 27in iMac with Retina display, a new Mac mini, the second-generation iPad Air and the iPad mini 3 at its Cupertino campus this...
  11. October 17th, 2014 by Leah Yamshon
    Which Macs can run OS X Yosemite?
    Now that OS X Yosemite has officially stepped out of public beta mode and into prime time, I’m sure you’re itching to give it a go. But before...
  12. October 17th, 2014 by Jared Newman
    Apple crowns iMac line with 27in ‘Retina 5K Display’
    Apple went pixel-happy with its largest iMac this morning, announcing Retina Display upgrade to the 27in all-in-one computer. Apple is calling the...
  13. October 17th, 2014 by Caitlin McGarry
    Apple debuts iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3: thinner, faster, gold and with Touch ID
    Apple has dramatically overhauled its iPad offerings in the last two years with the ultra-thin iPad Air and super-small iPad mini. So where could...
  14. October 17th, 2014 by Caitlin McGarry
    Apple Pay launches 20 October in a play to kill credit cards
    If you own an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus and live in the US, get excited: Apple is turning on Apple Pay on 20 October. Apple CEO Tim Cook said the long-awaited...
  15. October 17th, 2014 by Jason Snell
    OS X Yosemite: What’s new in Mail, Messages and Calendars
    A major update to OS X generally means that many of the apps included with the operating system also get major updates – or at least the biggest...
  16. October 16th, 2014 by Macworld Staff
    Live blog: Apple’s October 2014 iPad event
    Apple’s next special event takes place on Friday 4am AEST. The company will offer a live stream that you can view on an Apple TV, or in Safari...
  17. October 16th, 2014 by Lesa Snider
    Eight reasons why Lightroom should be your go-to photo app
    Even though Photoshop is so incredibly popular its name is a verb, it’s not for the faint at heart. Now that Adobe offers both Photoshop and Lightroom...
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