In 2013, Apple made the iLife and iWork suites free for new Mac and iOS device buyers, and the company has now made the apps free for everyone. In other timely news, dates and locations for the roaming MacTech Pro events have been announced, and Apple has released its tenth annual Environmental Responsibility Report with some bold goals. Looking back, you can take a trip down memory lane with the Internet Archive’s new Mac emulator, which lets you run dozens of classic Mac apps in a Web browser. Back in the present, Geoff Duncan joins us to examine your options for maintaining privacy when bringing digital devices into the United States. Finally, you can save 30 percent on Letter Opener for macOS Mail from Creative in Austria, which helps Mac users deal with winmail.dat email attachments. Notable software releases this week include EagleFiler 1.7.6, Parallels Desktop 12.2.0, and Lightroom CC 2015.10 and Lightroom 6.10.
Apple has made its iLife and iWork apps free for all iOS and macOS users running supported versions of Apple’s operating systems. That’s great, but why now?
See who won copies of Letter Opener for macOS Mail in last week’s DealBITS drawing, and if you’re not among them, read on to save 30 percent on the essential add-on for macOS Mail that displays the contents of winmail.dat files automatically.
If you’re an Apple consultant or IT professional, check out the MacTech Pro series of events, which take place throughout the United States during the rest of this year.
Hankering to play Crystal Quest or Lode Runner again, in their original 9-inch black-and-white glory? Thanks to the Internet Archive, you can run dozens of apps for the original Macintosh in your Web browser.
In its 10th annual Environmental Responsibility Report, Apple shares how well it has executed on its environmental policies and sets bold goals for the future.
Planning ahead (and knowing your rights) can make all the difference if you want to cross into the United States without opening your entire digital life to U.S. authorities.
Notable software releases this week include EagleFiler 1.7.6, Parallels Desktop 12.2.0, and Lightroom CC 2015.10 and Lightroom 6.10.
In ExtraBITS this week, Apple has apologized for erroneous email messages saying that iCloud storage or Apple Music subscriptions were discontinued, and Apple CEO Tim Cook chastised ride-sharing company Uber for spying on iPhone users.