Apple Releases macOS Mojave

macOS Mojave is a significant update to macOS, introducing a new systemwide Dark Mode, with Mojave users able to choose between a light theme or the new dark theme, which changes the color of the dock, menu bar, apps, and other elements. Dark Mode is accompanied by Dynamic Desktops, aka Read more…

How to Make PDF Files Smaller on the Mac

PDFs are extremely versatile for business, particularly for sending different types of formatted documents and media in one multi-page file. Brochures, presentations, contracts, text documents, portfolios and newsletters are compatible across multiple platforms when sent as PDFs. The problem: With multiple pages, images and format sizes, PDFs can become huge, Read more…

5 updates coming in macOS Mojave

1 – Mojave’s Dark Mode The new optional Dark Mode lets users shift their desktop to a darkened color scheme that touches almost every part of the OS, including System Preferences, Messages, Mail, Maps, Photos, Calendar, and more. Mojave’s Dark Mode also includes a new Dynamic Desktop feature that automatically Read more…

Siri coming to South Africa…

During Apple’s WWDC keynote address it was revealed that Siri would be coming to South Africa. No further information was provided leaving most people wondering what it actually meant. MacOS Sierra has revealed some clues. If you are using a developer beta you will notice that the Siri Preference Pane Read more…

Apple Previews macOS Sierra

Apple previewed macOS Sierra, a major update to the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, with new features that make the Mac smarter and more helpful than ever. Siri is now on the Mac with brand-new capabilities to help with the things users do every day on their desktop. With Siri, Read more…

Apple Preview OX X El Capitan

Apple Preview it’s new version on OS X called El Capitan. “OS X delivers unparalleled integration between Mac hardware, iOS devices, apps and online services, and has helped Mac sales outpace the PC industry every year for the last decade,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. Read more…