It’s been a long time now since Apple has made the iWork suite completely free for Macs bought from 2013 and up. New Mac users are able to download the iWork suite for free from the Mac App store, but what what about users who are still using older Macs?
If you are using an older iMac, you would still need to buy each app at around $19.99 each, and if you want all three (Pages, Numbers and Keynote) that amounts to almost $60. That’s pretty expensive.
Well here’s some good news for you. Here is a simple trick on how to download iWork for free in 5 easy steps.
Apple has now started to accept Paypal as form of payment via its online store. Although PayPal is already accepted for online purchases from the iTunes, App Store and the iBook Store, its only now that Apple has started to accept Paypal as payment when purchasing iPhones, iPads, Macs and other hardware via the Online Apple Store.
It has been reported that Paypal has previously criticized Apple regarding its Cloud platform security issues. But now it seems that PayPal has recently been friendly to Apple because it was speculated that PayPal feels threatened by Apple Pay due to Apple’s mobile dominance in the mobile payment market.
Deank has been at it again as he releases a new update for Multiman with MultiMan 04.66.06.
Just a few days after releasing MultiMan 4.66.05, Deank has released this update to fix the issues found in some new games such as “Shadow of Mordor” where some users have problems launching the game.
Like with MultiMan 4.66.05, this update bring really nothing much in terms of new features but brings along some bug fixes to improve stability which is better if you ask us.
Sony has announced via their twitter account that PS4 users should expect a Firmware Update with PS4 firmware 2.03.
The tweet is as follows:
Heads-up: PS4 system software update v2.03 arrives later tonight, and will help improve usage of some applications.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) December 3, 2014
Looks like Deank has been very busy yet again these past few days, just after releasing MultiMan 4.66.04, he has released a new update today with MultiMan 4.66.05.
The update does not really bring much and just includes a fix aimed for cobra users having problems with MultiMan, some users were reported to have been getting a 80010017 error.
PS3 Developer KW has released an update for PSNPatch with PSN Patch 4.66.02 that includes support for 4.66 CFW.
PSNPatch basically allows CFW users to temporarily disable your CFW, and Spoof your console ID. Thus, making it safer to connect to PSN. Please note that this makes it a lot more “Safe”, and it does not mean 100% guarantee that you will not get banned when going online to PSN with your CFW PS3.
Just a few days after releasing version 4.66.02, Deank has just released a new update to MultiMan with Multiman 4.66.04.
Actually, he released two updates, first was MultiMan 4.66.03 that was supposed to fix some bugs found in MultiMan 4.66.02 that resulted to some black screens for Cobra users using the BD-Mirror option. This bug also affected some non-Cobra users who are also using the BD-Mirror option.
Well, it’s been available for a few days now
and we’re kinda sorry for reporting it late.
While it has been widely reported that iOS 8 has not been kind to older devices performance wise, since iOS 8 has been designed around much more powerful devices and requires a lot more from the hardware, it resulted to some performance issues on older devices such as the iPhone 4s and the iPad 2.
Update: MultiMAN 04.66.04 now Available!
Just after releasing MultiMan 4.65.01 a few days ago, Deank has released another update for MultiMan with MultiMan 4.66.02 which now supports PS3s running 4.66 CFW.
Sony has released a mandatory firmware update with Official PS3 firmware 4.66 yesterday, requiring users to have the latest firmware installed on their systems in order to access PSN and other online features using their PS3 consoles.
Some PS3 developers have already responded by releasing their updated 4.66 CFW versions and now Deank has also released an update for MultiMan to support 4.66 CFW.
Sony has just released a new update for the PS3 with PS3 Official Firmware 4.66 and it seems they have made this update mandatory.
This means that PS3 users will be required to update to the latest firmware in order to continue having access to PSN and other online services by Sony. Not sure why they made this pretty insignificant update because this update only features vague system software stability message in the changelog.