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Category: Apple Computing
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Publisher DotEmu has finally updated Karateka Classic to support iOS 11. I’ve found it to be one of the more enjoyable ports and am very glad to have this Apple II game working again. Speaking of DotEmu and their Mac / iOS games, they’ve also done very nice ports of the popular action/adventure Another World […]
The Macintosh Repository recently added Mac OS X for the PPC based Macintosh machines. For those Mac Users who have older iBooks and Power books with the PPC architecture, these disk images are key. The Macintosh Repository has placed Mac OS X version 10.0 through 10.5 into the repository. For more information or to download […]
MacTracker, the Ian Page produced Apple product information tracking app has been updated. The latest release, version 7.7.2, includes the following changes: HomePod added to the database The latest OS updates have been added Support status and obsolete status of Apple products added Other minor changes, fixes and additions. MacTracker is a Free app and […]
The popular audio tool X Lossless Decoder(XLD) has a new 64-bit beta test version that was released today. XLD is a very useful tool for converting lossless audio files into various formats like FLAC, Apple Lossless, MP3, and AAC among others. While the author is asking for feedback with his 64-bit beta, the current 32-bit […]
A gathering of Apple II hobbyists from around Japan this week put together one of the most interesting events this Apple guy has been to yet. While most events tend to put together schedules that are structured and adhered to religiously, the schedule for this event was pretty much out the window the minute people […]