iTunes 11.1 In OS X Mavericks Has Better App Screen Organizer



Over the past few months, I have installed the iOS 7 beta on a lot of devices. Maddeningly, every time, I have had to reset my app layouts manually, dragging apps into folders and onto my preferred home screens, app by app.

If you’re dealing with a large number of apps — oh, say, 64 gigabytes worth, as I am — the best way to do this is through iTunes, but even in iTunes, the app organizer leaves a lot to be desired. But iTunes 11.1, shipping with OS X Mavericks, is going to change that a little bit.

Pros, Airs, iOS 7, Mavericks: Don’t Miss Our Full WWDC Recap On Our Special Edition CultCast



This time ’round on CultCast: iOS 7 debuts to a standing ovation, but some aren’t in love; OS X 10.9 Mavericks will have you rewatching Top Gun, we’ll highlight the new features; new MacBook Airs get insanely long battery life and more power; and Apple resurrects the rumored Mac Pro to uproarious applause—it’s our complete WWDC coverage on this very special episode of the CultCast.

Join us as we review all the great stuff Apple announced in the glorious 90-minute event know as WWDC. Stream or download new and past episodes on your Mac or iDevice by subscribing now on iTunes, or hit play below and let the good times roll.

Show notes up next.

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OS X Mavericks: Here’s What’s New [Gallery]



Although it’s not quite the overhaul we’re seeing in iOS 7, OS X 10.9 Mavericks is an exciting new update to OS X that crams a lot of new features into the Mac operating system, including Maps, iBooks, iCloud Keychain, a new Safari, a more powerful Finder with tabbed windows and tagging, better Notifications, far improved battery life support, and much, much more.

We’re still delving into Maverick and spotting the best features. Here’s everything new we’ve spotted so far, and we’ll be updating this post with more screenshots of the new shiny in OS X Mavericks.

The Best Shots Of OS X Mavericks’ Real Life Inspiration [Gallery]



Rather than trying to invent some new big game cats to name the next version of OS X after, Apple has decided to start naming OS X after places in California which have inspired the company.

The first location Apple has used as inspiration for OS X is Mavericks, CA, an infamous surf spot in Northern California where waves routinely crest at 25 feet.

Here are some of the best shots of the place that inspired OS X Mavericks: