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Techtool Pro 8, the premier protecting and fixing software for Mac, finally got its El Capitan update and is also discounted until Christmas.
Techtool Pro 8, the premier analysing, protecting and fixing software for Mac, finally got its El Capitan update and is also discounted until Christmas.

Apple will close out the year with 32 percent of the ultraportable market — Apple is predicted to close out 2015 with 32% share of the ultraportable PC segment, specifically due to its MacBook Air models, according to ABI Research.

Apple releases OS X El Capitan v10.11.2: Handoff, AirDrop, Mail, iCloud Photo Sharing, more — Apple has released OS X El Capitan v10.11.2. The update offers improvements to Wi-Fi, Handoff, AirDrop, Bluetooth, Mail, iCloud Photo Sharing and Live Photos, FaceTime, Messages and more. The update also includes fixes specific to Enterprise users. Open the App Store, click Updates at top right … (it’s free). Here’s a list of its features.
Meanwhile, adoption of OS X and iOS devices continues to grow in the enterprise and education markets according to JAMF Software’s second annual global survey of IT professionals on Apple adoption.

Apple publishes open-source code for OS X El Capitan — Apple has officially released the open-source components behind OS X El Capitan, making good on the licensing requirements of the code.

Techtool Pro 8 gets El Capitan compatibility — The world’s best consumer Mac protection and fixing utility just got El Capitan compatibility (thank goodness!). If you have Techtool Pro 8 already, simply open the app and choose Check For Updates in the Techtool Pro 8 menu. If you haven’t upgraded to from a previous version of Techtool Pro, you can do so online, with both the Buy and Update prices being discounted until year’s end as a Macworld offer (buy it for US$40 instead of US$100). You can also see all the things it can do on this page.

Google Street View glances at seven locations from early Apple history — Here’s a look at what some of these places look like today, courtesy of Google Street View.

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