Here are the best ways to get Auto-tune working with a new or updated version of the Mac OS X 10.9 Snow Leopard (10.10).
Read full reviewThe Mac OS is notorious for its lack of driver support for the latest drivers for the Mac and the Apple Watch, but the operating system does have a handful of tools to make the software work on the new hardware.
This article will show you how to get those driver updates, if they’re available, and how to set up the software so that it can recognize the new Mac.
First, we need to find a driver update for our device.
The easiest way to do this is to open up your favorite Apple Store, and browse to the Apple Developer Center for a list of available driver updates.
It will take a moment or two for the updates to appear in your list, so be patient.
Once the driver list has appeared, you’ll be able to search for the update by entering a keyword into the search bar, and clicking “Next” to continue.
Next, select the “Latest” tab, and then click “Next.”
The update will download to your computer, install and restart your Mac, and update the Mac.
Next time you boot up the Mac, the system should automatically recognize the update.
You can download the latest Apple driver for your Mac from the Mac App Store or directly from the developer website.
If you want to install the latest OS X driver for an older Mac, you can use the Mac Software Update tool, which also lets you download and install OS X drivers directly from Apple.
In this case, you must also be running Snow Leopard 10.10.5 or higher.
You should be able access the MacOS X 10,9 Snow Laplander (10,10.6) in the System Preferences, and select “Software Update.”
You’ll be asked to select a location to install OS updates, and if you don’t have that location already, you will have to create it later.
Click on the Install Updates button, and follow the instructions to complete the installation process.