The conference WWDC 2013, Apple introduced a new version of its "adult" operating system OS X 10.9 MavericksWhich will go on sale coming fall. During the presentation a senior vice president of software Craig Federighi (Craig Federighi) highlighted three key innovations: new tabs in the Finder, you can mark individual files, as well as enhanced support for multiple displays.
«Mac consistently outpaced the entire industry PC, and OS X still remains the most innovative and easy to use in the world of the operating system. To date, OS X Mavericks is the best version of our operating system, and provides users with the new Maps app and iBooks, and Finder also with tags and tabs, an enhanced multi-monitor support, high performance at low power consumption and a new browser Safari », - Federighi said, showing one example of a file marked tags such as« Important »,« In Review »and« Website », as well as multi-colored tags left in Finder.
mapping service from Apple, as well as the iBooks, completely duplicates the iOS-version, providing users with the same capabilities. But it is worth noting that the app on all of your "apple" devices will work together, which is traditional for Apple. That is, for example, get directions to the Mac-version of Maps, you can safely use the iPhone as a car navigator, where the route will automatically appear. Besides, in
thanks support for multiple displays users can access the main menu of each screen. In one example, Federighi run different full-screen applications on each of the displays, and the other - Drag and drop applications from one screen to another. Also Mavericks appeared full Apple TV support.
Function «Timer Coalescing» It allows processor activity to reduce to 72 percent at those moments when a large capacity is not required, and the function «Compressed Memory» It will enable efficient use of memory, "almost instantaneously" squeezing its inactive areas. Function «AppNap» save battery power due to the processes that are in the background.
notice will now be a truly interactive and you can save a lot of time, without unnecessary movements promptly responding to messages and calls to FaceTime, and iCloud Keychain securely save your logins, passwords and other confidential information.
To date, Apple has sold 28 million copies of OS X Mountain Lion. According to Tim Cook, Windows 8 has won the hearts of only 5 percent of computer users, while OS X 10.8 users prefer 35 percent. It should be noted that Mac sales grew by 100 percent over the past five years, and for the PC, the figure is 18 percent. Such strong growth today gives Apple a solid base of 72 million users.