Engadget: Mac OS X getting installed on the latest Intel hardware before it's officially supported by Apple? Shocking, we know, but you can rest assured that some intrepid individuals have already taken the plunge and installed Snow Leopard on some brand new Sandy Bridge hardware, and they've thankfully provided some instructions so you can too.
Earlier today, Apple unveiled the beginnings of its efforts for Earth Day 2016, and with it came an updated webpage that aims to answer all sorts of questions about Apple and its focus on the environment. One tidbit of information on that page, however, is that instead of referring to its desktop operating system as OS X, Apple again has referred to it as MacOS.
In the last couple of years, I’ve noticed a gradual degradation in the quality and reliability of Apple’s core apps, on both the mobile iOS operating system and its Mac OS X platform. It’s almost as if the tech giant has taken its eye off the ball when it comes to these core software products, while it pursues big new dreams, like smartwatches and cars.
I have been an ardent MacBook user right from the day I moved out of college. Such has been a dedication to my trusted MacBook Pro, that I have not touched a Windows machine, even for a quick browsing session, right since the days of Windows 7.