Apple Unveils New Version of OS X, New Computers, iOS 7 and More
Apple opened up its 2013 Worldwide Developer Conference with a keynote address showcasing updates to the company’s OS X software, MacBook Air and Mac Pro hardware lines, and finished with a completely overhauled version of iOS, the software that runs on iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch portables.
Here are the highlights:
OS X Mavericks
Apple has brought the tradition of naming its computer operating system after cats to an end. From now on, the California-based company will name its software after places in California. The latest version, OS X 10.9 is called Mavericks, named after a surfing area not too far from Apple’s headquarters.
The software won’t be ready for the public until the fall, but a handful of features were shown off today, including:
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