The end of Windows 7 support, the book Becoming Steve Jobs, the appearance of Fantastical 2 and much more in ... Best of the week on SoydeMac


One more week we are back with you with this particular post where we try to collect all the most outstanding news of the week, starting with the end of Windows 7 support at BootCamp that Apple has carried out in its renewed line of laptops both in the latest MacBook Air as on the MacBook Pro Retina, a somewhat drastic decision in my opinion because Microsoft will still support Windows 7 for a long time and many users still prefer this system to later versions, both version 8 and 8.1.

We continue the section with the appearance of the book that will surely become a best seller among the most faithful followers of the apple, I mean the alternative biography to the official one that was just published recently 'Becoming Steve Jobs' with interviews with the people closest to Steve in his years at Apple such as Jony Ive or the current CEO of the company, Tim Cook.

On the other hand, one of the most prominent news would be the presentation of Fantastical 2, the new calendar application from Flexibits that many Mac users have been waiting for since this version would appear for iOS devices and that it will organize our calendar in a much more efficient way.

It is also worth mentioning one of the news that raised more buzz among users and it is none other than the supposed appearance of a backlit wireless keyboard for Mac in the Apple Store in the Czech Republic, unfortunately in the end it was denied but it would have been a success for Apple to have launched a keyboard with this feature.

Finally and to dismiss the post, also highlight the update of the first app to support Force Touch technology on the trackpad of the new MacBook, this application is none other than Inklet, a drawing app that depending on the pressure we exert, a thinner or thicker line will be marked.

So far the quick review a week in SoydeMac, I can only wish you a happy Sunday and we continue to 'see' each other on the blog. Greetings to all.

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