November 5, 2007
Ian Lyons of Computer-Darkroom, has pin-pointed a problem with the latest Mac OS X 10.5, Leopard Apple operating system and finder crashes when navigating photos with the new CoverFlow navigator, where the photos have had the metadata saved to them via Lightroom. The following extract is taken (with permission) from a thread currently running on the Adobe Lightroom User to User forums in which Ian has come up with a workaround to this bug. Hopefully Apple will be able to address this metadata compatibility issue in a future OS release.
November 28, 2006
Written by Joris Evers
Apple Computer on Tuesday released a security update for Mac OS X to repair 31 vulnerabilities, including a zero-day Wi-Fi hijack flaw.
November 14, 2006
Photoshop product manager John Nack posted a note on his Adobe blog that quotes Macworld’s benchmarks on Rosetta performance improvements with Mac OS X 10.4.8. John indicated an approximate 35% improvement running Photoshop CS2 on an Intel-based Mac system with the 10.4.8 update.
November 14, 2006
About this update
Mac OS X Tiger provides support for a variety of popular digital camera and image file formats. Applications such as Aperture, iPhoto and Preview utilize this support to work with digital camera RAW files.
November 8, 2006
The release of Adobe’s Creative Suite 3.0 professional software package next year will be a catalyst for new sales of Apple Computer’s Intel-based Macintosh computers, according to one Wall Street analyst.
November 7, 2006
Apple has release a Mac OS X Tiger update specifically designed to address certain issues with RAW file support. The Digital Camera RAW Support Update 1.0 is available for both PPC and Universal (MacIntel).
October 2, 2006
The 10.4.8 Update is recommended for all users and includes general operating system fixes, as well as specific fixes for the following applications and technologies:
August 21, 2006
The latest model sets a new speed mark
Written By James Galbraith
Macworld Lab’s 3GHz Mac Pro arrived at our (Macworld’s) offices, and, as expected, the desktop equipped with the fastest Xeon currently available to Mac users outpaced the 2.66GHz Mac Pro.
August 11, 2006
Source: ars technica
Written by Eric Bangeman
I thought I was getting a new Macintosh PC. Instead, the box said “Quad Xeon 64-bit workstation.” It was then that it really hit me—the Big Switch was over and my once shiny Power Macintosh G5 was yesterday’s news.
August 7, 2006
The New Mac Pro: 64-bit Quad Xeon. Up to 3GHz.