Publisher’s note: This article, originally written by Ed Eubanks Jr and published on 2007.03.12, has been the most popular article in the history of Low End Mac with well over 2 million hits. It was written toward the end of the Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger era and has been updated since its first publication. Most of […]
Greetings Low Enders! I apologize for the hiatus, but it’s been a busy last few months. During that time I’ve come across a goldmine of my family history as I continue to sift through everything I’ve inherited from dad (a long process that has taken 3+ years thus far). I was elated one day when […]
Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger was the longest-lived version of OS X with 30 months on the market. It was released on April 29, 2005 and replaced by OS X 10.5 Leopard on October 26, 2007. Tiger officially requires a G3 or later Mac with FireWire, 256 MB of RAM, and 3 GB of available […]
The big breakthrough for the Mid 2013 MacBook Air (MBA) is improved battery life. The 11″ model is now rated at 9 hours in the field, a huge jump from the 2012 model. And if you don’t use your MBA regularly, it has 30 days of standby power.
The big breakthrough for the 2013 MacBook Air (MBA) is improved battery life. The 13″ model is now rated at 12 hours in the field, a huge jump from the 2012 model. And if you don’t use your MBA regularly, it has 30 days of standby power.
Yesterday was Apple’s big event – a keynote presentation before a friendly audience of Mac and iOS (iPhone/iPad/etc) software developers at the start of the company’s annual WWDC (Worldwide Developers’ Conference).
The recent announcement of iOS 7 due for release late 2013 has spelled the end of support for the long running iPhone 3GS.
The long awaited Apple WorldWide Developer Conference 2013 kicked off yesterday, and what a roller coaster it was. This article is regarding the next version of Mac OS X, 10.9.