Here we go and Apple brings a fresh update which give us whole new UI for Mac OS X. Get ready to use your reborn of Mac OS with incredible productivity features. Check out what’s new in Mac OS 10.10
Apple’s shown off OS X Yosemite in its WWDC 2014 keynote so we’ve put together a preview of OS X 10.10 so you’ll know what to expect.
Of course, what Apple showed in the keynote on 2 June is likely to only be the tip of the iceburg. You can expect to see and hear more about the new Mac operating system over the next few months leading as we ramp up to the launch in autumn 2014. For now, we’ve gathered together some of the most interesting features revealed by Apple. We’ll update this article when and if we get more information about OS X 10.10.
One of the biggest talking points when it comes to OS X 10.10 is the design. After all, iOS underwent an enormous redesign last year, so perhaps the same is in store for Apple’s Mac operating system in 2014.
Apple’s senior vice president of design Jonathan Ive has been working with senior vice president of Software Engineering Craig Federighi on the new version os OS X, heading the redesign of Mac OS X for OS X 10.10, so we expected to see some of the flatter, more minimalist aesthetics as seen in iOS 7.
Based on Apple’s revelations at WWDC, it looks like there will be quite a design overhaul. Apple has made various changes to the look of the interface, refining toolbars and window material. For example, the Window tilebar at the top of the application gets a new look. For example, the close/minimize/maximize buttons are on the same level as all the other buttons/controls in the new version of Safari. In previous versions of OS X those controls were always on their own tier.
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