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Other significant updates include an improve theme integration, multiply displays and two-finger navigation for Mac OS X Lion users.Read the rest of the article »
Oh no! Mac OS Lion's LDAP glitch is still unfixed!
While Apple’s luminary leader has left the building, Mac OS X Lion’s month-old bug apparently hasn’t. Reports has it that a glitch allowing users to authenticate LDAP without a password has not been fixed by the company yet. Identified late last month, the LDAP or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol is commonly used in business IT environments to access directories like corporate email lists.
According to H-Online, Apple was successful in replicating the Mac OS X Lion bug. However, some users are reporting that they can still launch LDAP sessions with just a valid username alone. Others who tried to resolve the issue have led to LDAP authentication being broken entirely. H-Online said that the only solution for the glitch – though it is not much of one – is to “deactivate LDAP authentication for critical services.”
Ted Samson of InfoWorld believes that Apple’s sluggish response to fix the bug may be due to the fact that LDAP is not a default setting for Mac OS X Lion. Regardless, the Cupertino-based company is definitely a red dot because of their vulnerabilities being targeted by cyber criminals.View Article Source »
Owners of Mac OS X Lion devices reported that the Safari web browser shows font glitches on some websites.
Following Apple’s release of Mac OS X Lion, a report emerged that fonts on websites browsed on Safari were shown incorrectly. A couple of letter appear as square blocks with letter ‘A’ inside. While this glitches might be limited to a number of websites, observers pointed out that there may be a problem with the rendering of a specific styling code using the Mac OS X Lion.
The observers also added that there is a possible clash between the system fonts in the said OS. That said, users are advised to clear up their system cache or validate their fonts with the Font Book app. To check if their general maintenance procedure worked, users must restart their system and revisit the website they’re having font glitches with.
Apple’s Font Book app can be utilized to manage Mac OS X Lion’s system fonts for any possible conflicts. Once the app is launched and the fonts were validated, users will see any problems that is present in relation with the fonts.View Article Source »
Apple launched the fourth installment of their iPad 2 TV ads with a subtle promotion of their Mac OS X Lion.
On Sunday night, Apple launched their fourth video ad for the iPad 2. The video is called “We’ll Always,” that follows the earlier video ads.
The said ad stresses the common human element that people will always share their memories, cook dinner and make home movies. However, Peter Coyote stated that these will never be the same as the iPad 2 arrives.
Apple also managed to promote Mac OS X Lion in a not specific subtle trick through having a child write “lion” in a learning app, Alphabet Fun.
Watch Apple’s fourth iPad 2 video ad after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Apple rolls out the iCloud beta 5 together with the Mac OS X 10.7.2 to developers for testing.
Last Saturday, Apple tapped developers to test the fifth beta version of iCloud with the first external beta of Mac OS X 10.7.2. However, the big fruit requires devs to install Mac OS X 10.7.2 build 11C26 to use the iCloud 5. What’s odd is that the company is yet to reveal the test build information for Mac OS X 10.7.1.
As said by people familiar with the OS X 10.7.2 release, the operating system will not address the glitches found in last Wednesday’s market release of OX S Lion. It is also believed that the company will run a separate beta test for 10.7.1 in the days or weeks to come.Read the rest of the article »
Apple adds the TRIM support feature to all Mac's solid state hard drives, and improved the graphic performance of Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
Continuing their legacy in the industry, Apple has indeed added a new feature to all of its SSD-configurable Macs. The company recently revealed that they will update the Mac OS X 10.6.8 with TRIM support — a feature which enables solid state drives (SSDs) to clean up unused data, resulting to a faster drive.
However, this TRIM support is not present in all Apple drives. Some users, who installed the third-party SSDs, claimed that the feature is not yet enabled.Read the rest of the article »
In case you missed Apple's keynote at WWDC 2011 last Monday, GADG wrapped up the everything you need to know in the event.
Apple’s WWDC 2011 keynote unveiled all the details for Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud as promised. And albeit any upcoming hardware like iPhone 5 was not mentioned, this year’s WWDC is still a major step forward for the company in terms of software.
That said, GADG wrapped up the highlights and everything you need to know about Apple’s WWDC 2011 keynote after the cut.Read the rest of the article »
Mac OS X 10.7 is already out, and Apple is planning to release the operating system’s upgrades through it new Mac App Store.
Apple is looking to switch its software distribution means by making use of its recently launched Mac App Store. Launched January 2011, the app store is the company’s venture to utilize the idea it has previously popularized through the iOS ecosystem to desktop applications.
According to AppleInsider, the Mac App Store – available to all users running the most recent version of Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard – will become the default method for obtaining updates for Lion. Users will then be able to upgrade instantly without the need for physical media by purchasing Lion through the Mac App Store.Read the rest of the article »
With Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, you can reach both your Yahoo and MSN chat buddies. Thanks to iChat 6!
Apple’s bundled instant messenger app, iChat 6, now adds Yahoo IM support. Unlike e-mail, the IM is partitioned into proprietary solos – like AOL, ICQ, Skype and many others – using their own systems for text and video chat. Hence, anyone who wants to exchange messages with users of different system must use a multi-protocol chat client.
But although iChat 6 only supports text chats in Yahoo IM, this builds a gateway for users to support both populations of Yahoo and MSN. In addition to this, it integrates separate chat accounts and protocols into a buddy list. It also features a coordinated login across all user-configured accounts. But don’t fuss! This feature can be disabled if you don’t want to share the same status for each IM client that you use.Read the rest of the article »
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