Tag: macOS

Apple releases macOS Monterey‌‌ 12.1

This week, Apple released macOS Monterey‌‌ 12.1 with support for SharePlay and a few extra features and improvements. This is the first major update to the operating system since it was initially released in October. SharePlay has been added, which is a feature that lets you share your screen, music, videos and apps with other people on a FaceTime call. The feature has been out on iPadOS, tvOS and iOS […]

Amazon launches a Prime Video app for macOS

Amazon has today launched a new app on the Mac App Store. Prime Video is now available to download, free of charge and it works on Intel machines as well as M1, with full support for offline viewing too, just like its iOS and iPadOS counterparts. Many of the iOS features are supported, such as Picture-in-Picture and AirPlay as well as in app purchases for rentals and other items. The […]

Apple releases macOS Monterey

Yesterday, Apple released macOS 12 Monterey. The new update is face on, quite a minor update when compared to previous versions of macOS, with improvements to FaceTime, new features to AirPlay, Universal Control and more. This new version builds upon the visual enhancements Apple made last year with Big Sur and adds a lot of improvements and changes, rather than big sweeping changes. Just to highlight a few, Apple has […]

Apple will be making macOS Monterey available next week

Apple announced macOS Monterey back in June, at WWDC – alongside iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and watchOS 8. So far, we have seen those other operating systems and the next version of macOS would have a small delay. Well today, Apple has revealed when it’ll be making the new OS available. Starting on 25th October, which is next Monday – support Macs will be able to update. Learn more about […]

Apple releases small ‘Device Support Update’ for macOS

Apple has today released a minor update for some versions of macOS, including Big Sur and Catalina. The update doesn’t require a reboot and is simply called ‘Device Support Update’ and it includes support for the latest iOS and iPadOS devices. Apple has said that it makes sure iOS and iPadOS devices can properly update and restore when doing so on a Mac. The update can be found from the the […]

Apple releases macOS Big Sur 11.5

Today Apple has continued its release of software this week, following on from iOS 14.7 and watchOS 7.6 Apple has now updated macOS to 11.5 with some improvements to the Podcast app and more. The last macOS update was 11.4 which was released back in May. This update is out now and addresses a couple of bugs, such as Apple Music now updating play counts in the Music app. You […]

This is macOS Monterey

Today at WWDC, Apple unveiled the next version of macOS, with Monterey. This new version builds upon the visual enhancements Apple made last year with Big Sur and adds a lot of improvements and changes, rather than big sweeping changes. Just to highlight a few, Apple has made the Mac an AirPlay 2 speaker for your home and some apps get a new lease of life. The biggest new feature […]

Apple releases macOS Big Sur 11.2

Today Apple has released a small update to macOS Big Sur with version 11.2. The update doesn’t bring any new features, but fixes some bugs users have been seeing recently, such as where the M1 Mac Mini would show a black screen if using an HDMI to DVI converter. Release Notes ‌macOS Big Sur‌ 11.2 improves Bluetooth reliability and fixes the following issues: – External displays may show a black screen […]

macOS Big Sur seems to be bricking some older MacBook Pro models

Apple released macOS Big Sur last week and while it had some issues getting to everyone and also causing some repercussions for other Apple services, Big Sur now seems to be bricking some older models of MacBook Pro, specially ones from late 2013 and mid 2014 for the 13-inch version. Some customers have had mixed results, with Apple saying there is a known issue and Engadget reached out to Apple which said […]