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macOS 10.15 may launch standalone music and podcast apps

macOS 10.15 may launch standalone music and podcast apps

At the spring conference in late March, Apple announced that it will soon launch a new Apple TV App on the Mac. This naturally raises the discussion about whether Apple will introduce other media applications to the Mac. If they do, then iTunes is likely to be split into separate apps, and will no longer be Apple’s multimedia platform.

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Recently, developer Steve Troughton-Smith disclosed that there is convincing evidence that Apple is developing new apps of music, podcasts  and perhaps books for macOS,  together with TV apps, to constitute a native standalone application for macOS.

Apple announced to hold the Developers Conference from June 3-7

A few days ago, Apple announced to hold the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose from June 3-7. The WWDC is one of the biggest event of Apple every year, where developers with the most innovative ideas gather.

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At present, there are over 1.4 billion devices are using iOS, macOS, watchOS or tvOS, whose important updates will launch at the WWDC each year. Normally, new features of these systems all represent their future.

Apple released a “new version” of macOS 10.14.3 to fix bugs

A months ago, Apple released an update for  iOS 12.1.4, and a “new version” of macOS 10.14.3 to solve the FaceTime bugs in both systems. Why is it called a “new version”? Because Apple has released macOS Mojave 10.14.3 once a few days before that.

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Uses may access the Software Update in “System Preferences” to download the new macOS Mojave 10.14.3, which is a new method introduced in Mojave. 

Pixelmator Pro now perfectly supports macOS Mojave

Pixelmator Pro now has been updated to version 1.2 with multiple features added, at a price with 50% off discount.

Pixelmator Pro is an awesome photo editing software for Mac that launched the Mac App Store in November 2017. It got popular because it uses Apple’s native api.

After being pushed on macOS Mojave for a month, Pixelmator Pro now has been updated to version 1.2, which perfectly supports the system. The main improvements of Pixelmator Pro 1.2 include the brand new look, automatic Photo Enhance, batch processing of Automator, etc. Recently, the software sells at a preferential price of 30 US dollars (198 dollars in the central district), which is 50% off the original price (60 US dollars). Users who need this shall not miss it.

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After update, Pixelmator Pro allows you to change the look in the Preferences. It supports the Dark Mode and customized window background.

Apple is facing data security risk again? Mac app steals the records of users

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Top-selling app in Mac App Store has been exposed to steal the browsing history of users, and Apple blamed this for weak inspection.

According to medias, a top-selling app in Mac App Store has been found to steal browsing history of users. Since it’s quite sensitive to involve the data security of users, great attention has been drawn. Right after the exposure, Apple soon removed it from the store.
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Lowest system version for Office will be Sierra from this month

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Users need to update to macOS 10.12 or higher to get the latest version of Office.

Microsoft shared a preview of Office 2019 for Mac in July, and now, they announced that new updates of Office 365 will all be available as long as the system is macOS Sierra or higher.

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Microsoft specifically explained in a blog post that users will have to at least update to macOS Sierra 10.12 to get the latest functions from Office 365/Office 2019 for Mac this month.

Seamless Switch to Mac: Windows Migration Assistant can transfer more data

New features allow users to switch from Windows to macOS more seamlessly.

Apple is extending the functions of Windows Migration Assitant for macOS 10.14 Mojave, which allow users to switch from Windows to macOS more seamlessly.

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In macOS Mojave beta 6 which was released today, users can transfer more data to Mac. Setup Assistant and Migration Assistant now can transfer account information, documents, emails, contact persons’ information, calendar items, etc.