iCloud.com is live right now which means you can now access iCloud by logging in with your Apple ID account. Or well sorta. You're still going to need Lion 10.7.2 to get all the good stuff but you can poke your head in to check it out right now.
It breaks my heart to say this, but Mac OSX Lion's interface feels like a failure. Its stated mission was to simplify the operating system, to unify it with the clean experience of iOS. That didn't happen.
While it's not the 1:1 comparison an initial glance would have you believe, MacRumors has discovered buried within Mac OS X Lion a "Restart to Safari" mode that's very similar to that browser-based OS from Google.
Atten-shun, fanboys, trolls, and all you beautiful normal people you: We will covering the WWDC 2011 keynote this Monday, June 6 at 10:00am. I feel a surprise in the air! Or it may be the cookies in the oven.
Next week Apple will unveil the next major version of Mac OS X, which may be the last version of their desktop operating system as we know it. Here is why.
A reader just sent us this pretty little screenshot. He explained that it was forwarded to him by a friend who works for some mysterious company.
It's ironic that the poster cat for Apple's Mac OS X Lion is exactly the same image used by a extreme right political party. The stock photo—titled "The King", by Ronnie Howard—was available at Shutterstock and Fotolia, but it has been removed.
You can still find it at Pixmac for $10.66. Just a few minutes after our…
Apple's consolidating some of its key OS features—Expose, Dashboard, full screen apps, and Spaces—into something called Mission Control. But what is it, exactly?
Mac OS X 10.7 Lion is here. As we predicted, Apple's desktop operating system is going in the same direction as the iPad—and for good reason. Here is what is coming and why it's good for you.
Steve Jobs enters. "We've had tremendous, unbelievable success with multitouch. And that's why starting next year, we're bringing it to the Mac."