Apple has updated both OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 on Aug. 13, probably for the last time other than for security fixes. The updates’ appearance signaled that Apple is just weeks away from introducing their successors, OS X El Capitan and iOS 9. Now Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player has stable performance under Yosemite 10.10. No matter it’s disc loading speed, Blu-ray playback or adding external subtitles, this player shows much more improvements now after several updates, just like Apple’s regular patches and fixes releases. With the upcoming of OS X El Capitan’s official launch, Macgo will speed up its development on introducing the perfect Blu-ray Player software for Mac OS X 10.11.
The latest update to OS X 10.10.5 is the final OS X Yosemite non-security update. It resolves over 100 bugs and technical glitches in the operating system, including QuickTime, Bluetooth, Notification Center, the Mac OS X kernel, and the serious problem known as DYLD, which is a serious vulnerability in OS X Yosemite that would allow hackers to run programs on a Mac remotely with administrator rights, opening up wide access to the whole operating system. Now this problem has been patched through improvements in environment sanitization. Continue reading