On WWDC 2013 Keynote stage, Apple has revealed the next-generation OS X 10.9 aka OS X Mavericks to developers at the media event. The latest OS X to be called as OS X Mavericks, which means Apple is finally ditching the cat’s name in OS X versions and moving towards the more reality.
Apple has introduced OS X Mavericks as a successor to OS X Mountain Lion this year at WWDC 2013. The latest OS X Mavericks is coming up with a number of new features, and fun for users on OS X environment. OS X Mavericks spots the long rumored tabbed finder on OS X environment that allow users to merge their open-windows into a single window on OS X Mavericks.
OS X Mavericks also supports the new search engine in an OS X environment with tagging feature that allow users to easily sort out and find their files on the latest operating system. The OS X Mavericks will be exclusively featuring the extended dual display on board with the latest Mac OS system. It will allow users to easily drag full-screen applications / games from one display screen to another with a simple gesture.
OS X Mavericks Bring Compressed Memory:
Apple has re-engineered OS X environment to improve the performance on the latest devices. It comes with an option to easily compress the unused memory to allow users quick response on the board.
“In Mavericks, we intelligently align the work of your computer’s power transitions, which reduces CPU activity up to 72%. It’s pretty awesome.”
Apple has demoed OS X Mavericks with all new faster scrolling options that will allow everyone to work as a super user on OS X Mavericks. It simply blows up the old performance charts, as Apple is bringing the new core of an operating system in OS X.
An Updated Notification Center:
On OS X Mavericks, you will be greeted by an updated version of Notification Center that allows you to quickly interact with notification banners, and messages on your OS X device. It will allow you to easily reply to iMessages via Notification Center on OS X Mavericks.
OS X Mavericks brings the whole new way of sorting out files on OS X environment. The Document tagging is an amazing feature for OS X users that allow users to easily discover information about their files on OS X.
iBooks and Maps
Finally, you will be able to access your digital books legally on OS X devices with OS X Mavericks. Apple has introduced iBooks for OS X Mavericks users, and will allow users to easily download and read books on OS X with OS X Mavericks.
Apple Maps are also launched for OS X devices, and OS X Mavericks has received its dedicated Maps application for users. It brings the Apple’s most controversial feature to OS X devices, and 3D Flyover feature.
Safari Browser is going to get an overhaul from Apple with all-new features, and improvements. Apple has improved the Safari on OS X Mavericks with the revamped version of its browser with numerous features that brings ultra power-saving to browser.
Apple is bringing Google Chrome like sync to OS X Mavericks with all-new iCloud Keychain feature that allow users to easily sync their stored passwords, and personal details all across the connected devices. Cloud Keychain is an amazing feature that is wanted for quite sometime, and with OS X Mavericks it will enhance the OS X platform.
OS X Mavericks Availability:
OS X Mavericks is said to be following the footsteps of OS X Mountain Lion and OS X Lion, and will be only offered as a digital copy. Apple will not produce the DVD version of OS X Mavericks for users with unstable internet connection.