Apple worked a sleight of hand with its Watch: it wasn’t about a watch, but all about a new line of haptic-rich input devices. They’re starting to ship them now.
A whole Mac event devoted to a tiddly little Touch Bar? Has Apple lost its senses? Maybe not.
With only one bug definitely fixed in 10.11.6, out of those recorded for 10.11.5, this update looks rushed. But the jury’s still out regarding freezing.
10.11.5 removes a bug in Disk Utility by disabling the feature to resize some partitions. That’s really helpful, isn’t it.
The list is a little shorter than for 10.11.3, but some old favourites are still there.
The list has grown since 10.11.2, with none of the previous bugs being fixed in 10.11.3.
Third-party tools to add pressure-sensitive drawing to many apps, signatures to your letters, and to tweak Force Touch and Force Click settings.
Starting to use a Magic Trackpad 2 can be bewildering, because instructional aids fail to describe touch sensation or control. Here are some clues.
This can read webpages to you, provides support for Braille output devices, and has very extensive controls and customisation.
Many of us visual, hearing, and/or control issues with our Macs. Here is a guided exploration of the Accessibility pane and what it has to offer us.