At today’s WWDC keynote, Apple has stepped up their game and unveiled their newest desktop operating system. The new operating system is named, “OS X 10.9 Mavericks”. According to Apple’s chief of iOS and OS X, Craig Federighi, Mac has grown 100 percent in the past five years and now their newest desktop operating system is set to help improve the users experience.
“We’re not standing still,” Cook said, via the Guardian’s live blog.
With the new system being unveiled for the first time on stage today, there is not much that we can update you with, but Apple seems very exciting about the changes and improvements they have planned for OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
One thing we have learned is that a tabbed Finder window will be integrated in to your desktop. The operating system will reportedly “have longer battery life, lots of applications and features for Mac power users.”
Mavericks will be available as a digital download from the Mac App Store.
For great up to the minute updates from the WWDC keynote, you can check out the Guardian.