For Apple it has been an incredible 10 years. They have transformed the Apple Mac into a computer that everyone wants and talks about.
They reinvented the mobile phone with the release of the iPhone, and then single handedly created the tablet market that we know today, with the launch of their revolutionary iPad.
We are passionate about all Apple products. Our favourite is the Mac, but we love using our favourite computer alongside our iPhone and iPad. This website shares our knowledge, reviews, and tutorials.
Apple released the latest version of the worlds most powerful operating system, OS X Mavericks, on the 22nd October this year.
This update provides the usual updates including tags in Finder. Under the hud there are many fixes as well as improvements to the core functionality offering many speed enhancements.
As well as enhancements to the operating system you also get some new applications including Maps and iBooks.
One thing that you will not be short of as a Mac owner is great software. Both Apple and thousands of independent developers create some great Apps that are available through the Mac App Store.
Anything from Games to Developer tools. Productivity Apps to Image Editors. They are all available for your Mac.
Apple also produce their own software, anything from ITunes for managing your Music to Aperture for managing your Photo libraries.
Apple Aperture is an application intended for the Mac user who wants to step up to something a bit more powerful than iPhoto.
It takes the basic ideas from iPhoto and expands on them, adding in powerful tools and effects that give you much more control over your photo libraries.
OS X Server turns your Mac into a powerful server. It is available from the App Store like an ordinary Application and gives you a graphical front end for administering your server.
You can see from the picture above that the menu gives you access to a number of services including DHCP, DNS, FTP, Mail, and much, much, more.
Even though this website provides information and reviews about computers, software, and accessories. The core philosophy is to provide high quality tutorials to help you to get the best from your Mac
Our tutorials will cover everything required to complete the task. This might be a link to a file or a detailed step-by-step guide with screenshots and videos.
At the bottom of each tutorial page there will be a link to a download from our website. Each download will provide a pdf copy of the tutorial and an ePub version which you can view in iBooks on your iPhone or iPad.
No matter what people say, there are times when even a Mac user needs to run Windows.
It may because you do a job where you need to use Windows applications. Maybe you have moved to a Mac and still have favourite games that will only run on Windows.
This section of our website looks at the various options available for running Windows on your Mac.
If you have been a Windows user for years and have just switched to a Mac you will no doubt have thousands of files, emails, and photos on your old PC.
Here we take a look at the various techniques that allow you to smoothly transfer your data to your Mac.
One of the easiest options is to use the migration tool written by Apple and provided free of charge with OS X Mavericks.
Apple Computers combine amazing designer looks with State-of-the-Art electronics. The latest Intel technology including the latest generation processors and the new Thunderbolt interface, combined with the latest flash technology help to create the ultimate computing experience.
Combine these advances in technology with superb battery life and you start to realise just how good the Mac is. But it is the designer looks, the stylish aluminium and glass designs that make them stand out from the crowd.
The final piece of the jigsaw is OS X Mavericks which is supplied with every new Mac. One version runs on every model keeping life simple and straightforward.
We are passionate about the Apple Mac. In this section of the website we will provide in-depth information about the latest models.
The Apple iMac was last updated in September 2013. This wasn't the launch of a new model but instead saw updates to the Intel Processors, Graphics, and memory.
The thin design is still amazing to look at being only 5mm thick at the edge of the screen. It really is incredible that Apple can fit inside such a high specification computer.
The MacBook Air was last given an update in June 2013. Like many of the recent Mac updates this wasn't a major redesign, instead we saw updates to battery life giving 9 hours and 12 hours depending on the model you have.
This update also saw increases to the performance of the flash storage, as well as updates to the Intel Processors and Graphics.
Your Mac comes with a wide array of connection options, which can include USB, FireWire, Ethernet, and Thunderbolt ports.
These are all powerful interfaces that allow you to connect printers, external hard disks, and a huge array of other accessories.
Accessories can come from either Apple themselves, or from many computer suppliers.
Manufacturers like Western Digital, Belkin, and Hewlett Packard make accessories that are designed to work specifically with the Mac computer.
Apple themselves produce a range of accessories that are designed to fit in with the looks and design of the Mac.
Apple Accessories include displays, keyboards, and networking accessories like the new Apple Airport Extreme shown in the image on the right.
The AirPort Extreme offers a neat and attractive Wireless Networking solution that is designed to work effortlessly with your Mac.
The AirPort utility supplied with the Mac OS X operating system gives you complete over your Apple network, and works with other accessories like the Apple Time Capsule.
Apple launched the new iPhone 5s on the 10 September 2013 and sold nine million in the first weekend. Impressive!
The new phone gets the new A7 chip and iOS 7. But the biggest new feature is the fingerprint identity sensor which provides a whole new level of security for your new iPhone.
The latest model comes in three new colours - Silver, Gold, and my favourite Space Grey.
The Apple iPad is now available in two new versions, the iPad Air, and the new iPad mini with Retina Display which is an amazingly compact mobile device.
The iPad Air is the fifth generation and has the new A7 processor for overall faster performance.
The biggest change though is in the size and weight. It weighs a mere 1 pound and the bezel has shrunk to reduce the width.