Apple has really done some hard work to update its software. Oodles of software including Aperture, OS X Server, Remote Desktop, Migration Assistant and Xcode got renovated and rejuvenated in a bid to improve upon the already firm base of this high tech company.
Among the many software apps that got the gilded treatment, there was Aperture 3.5. This was Apple’s picture processing and management software that ties up with iCloud, iOS and Mavericks. It has a built-in capacity for Apple Maps.
Further incorporation with SmugMug allows photographic sharing and publishing to take place. Aperture 3.5 can be obtained from Mac App Store for about $80.
Then there was the OS Server X 3.0 which completes OS X 10.9 Mavericks. This can be bought from the selfsame store for approximately $20.
Besides modifications such as App Nap and Compressed Memory, this server controls several more functions such as such as file facilitation.
The Remote Desktop 3.7 sustains the normal functioning of Mavericks. It is a bug buster too. Possessing perfunctory copy paste capabilities, this desktop device caters to Mac systems and beefs up swiping features. And then we have the Xcode 5.0.1 which comes free of cost. Like the golden master model, this code lends its users a menu and bug zapper to boot. It also has various SDKs for various platforms.
Among the other small-scale revamping that took place at Apple is that of iTunes 11.1.2 which launched iTunes Radio and Genius Shuffle. And iBooks Author (Version 2.1) screens written texts before they get published for readers.
Last but not least we have the Migration Assistants Snow Leopard v1.1 and Lion v1.0. Both of these humdingers run on Mac OS X. And the good news is that they can be downloaded from the support page for Apple Incorporated.