Apple has held its last special event of the year 2014 on October 16 at 10 a.m. PDT. And the quote “It’s been way too long” on its home page verified the fact that Apple never let its fans down with more significant advancements this time. On the event, Apple unveiled the iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iMac with Retina 5K display, Mac mini and OS X Yosemite.
The major feature of Yosemite’s new design is that all of Apple’s devices work more closely together. People can take phone calls from their Mac now, also iCloud drive, AirDrop, AirPlay can synchronize on iOS 8 as well as on Yosemite. According to Apple, this is the beginning of the fusion between Apple’s devices. The official version of OS X Yosemite optimized parts of the app, like Calendar, Safari, Messages, Mail, etc. And another significant change would be the interface, which becomes flatter by taking lessons from from iOS 7.
As a pioneer in Blu-ray industry, Macgo also has made a timely response to this great change in technology world by announcing the release of Mac Blu-ray Player V2.10.9. The newest version was improved to a more stable Blu-ray media software on all Mac operating systems according to the latest user feedback information. With tech leaders like Apple and Macgo engineering team’s hard work, Mac Blu-ray player is now providing users much more stability and fluency, especially its full compatibility with OS X Yosemite. Also the new version Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player supports the playback of more Blu-ray discs, such as X-Man Days of Future Past, Leap Year, Wall Street, Fight Club, The Sacrament, etc.
Mac OS X 10.5 – 10.10
Intel Core2 Duo 2.4GHz processor or higher recommended
512 MB RAM or higher recommended
250 MB of free disk space
An internal or external Blu-ray drive
USB 2.0 above or FireWire 400 above
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