Recap: Macworld’s coverage of all the announcements in one place


There has been a lot of coverage of Apple’s latest announcements. Macworld has a good rundown of them all listed here. From some hands on articles to what to expect from the new AppleTV.

OS X 10.10.3 and Photos


Apple released the update for Yosemite, 10.10.3, yesterday. You can get it through the Mac App Store if it doesn’t show up as an update or you can download the combo updater if you didn’t updated to 10.10.2.

With 10.10.3, comes the new Photos app. has a good post about using Photos with multiple Macs. The post assumes that the different Macs are using the same iCloud account, however. If you are using different iCloud accounts on the different Macs, you would use the Shared tab and create a Shared Album.

Can you use a Mac Plus to browse the web?


According to Jeff Keacher, writing for The Kernel, you can. So if you have an ancient Mac and want to take on a bit of a challenge, try browsing the web with it. You can read how Jeff Keacher did it.

The iPad Magician


I imagine most of us are staying inside on this cold February day. As we wait for a days that won’t give you frostbite inside of 0f fifteen minutes, check out the iPad Magician, Simon Pierro on YouTube. He has some very cool magic tricks using an iPad in front of live audiences.

Article: iPad Air 2 Review: Why the iPad Became My Main Computer


Federico Viticci at has an interesting article about how he uses an iPad Air 2 as his main computer for both work and fun.

I’m typing this article on an iPad Air 2 using Editorial in portrait mode. This has become my favorite way to “create and consume content” and it’s a good demonstration of the iPad’s raison d’être for someone who also owns an iPhone and a Mac…

…I can write blog posts, respond to emails, look up recipes, prepare for podcasts, and watch videos while I hold my iPad upright as a book and it feels great. This isn’t just a marvel of engineering – it’s a profound approach to truly personal computing. I have a 10-inch display that’s always connected to the Internet and can come with me anywhere. Isn’t that awesome?

There’s more, however, to the iPad Air 2 than its profile and heft (or lack thereof).