Firefox Quantum is Out, and You Should Get It

Fair warning, macOS and iOS users, you’re going to be a little mad at Apple for this, but I’ll wait until the end to explain why. Firefox Quantum has been in beta for a few months now, and I finally decided to take it for a spin about a week before release. Currently, I’m putting...

iOS Reviews Getting Much Needed Changes

Apple will be addressing the complaints of both iOS users and developers with two updates to reviews on iOS. The first change will be one to alleviate a problem that has likely frustrated users: annoying rating popups. Developers often send popup notifications while people are using their app, which asks the user to rate the...

The Wolfe Turns MacBooks Into Graphics Powerhouses

Your Mac has a weak graphics card, period. If you have a Mac Pro, you have a workstation graphics card that was powerful for video and photo editing… three years ago. If you have an iMac or 15″ Retina MacBook Pro, you have a dedicated graphics card… made for laptops, powering far too many pixels,...

Apple Is Neglecting the Pros

The Mac Pro was introduced in December of 2013 and it hasn’t been updated since. The last MacBook Pro update was over a year ago, currently at 425 days. It’s usually updated, on average, every 268 days. Apple’s entire lineup has seen longer delays between updates, but the Pro lineup has gotten especially bad. The...

Yet Another macOS Malware Discovered

It wasn’t too long ago that I was sharing methods to install apps on macOS (technically, it’s currently still called OS X), and brought up GateKeeper. GateKeeper is the security system Apple put in place that prevents Macs from running unsigned code from unrecognized developers. Most malware creators are not registered Mac developers, and if...