Mac avid users will soon experience Apple’s latest offering, that is, its vaunted operating system.
Apple intends to launch the beta version of their much-anticipated Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite to consumers this coming Thursday, providing their patrons the chance to get the look and feel of Apple’s newest innovation.
Last June Apple rolled out its computer software at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. The operating system sports newfangled appearance, a polished toolbar, dark mode and comes with some more features that are new to the industry. Moreover, Yosemite now has the ability to get synchronize with Apple’s iOS mobile operating system via AirDrop file-sharing, iMessage messaging, and the capability to send and receive phone calls.
Senior vice president of software engineering, Craig Federighi, said that, overall, the features of the new OS blend well together to come up with an elegant and more functional version of OS X.
Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite will certainly play a great role in Apple’s determination to grow further in the industry. Apple now produces not more than 15 percent of its total income from Mac, but their gadgets and devices serves as the cornerstones and pillars of the company. There are times that Mac provided robust sales at some point where its PC market had strived.
Apple also said that their Mac unit sales soared to 18 percent to 4.4 million in the second quarter of the year. CEO Tim Cook told that Mac enhanced Apple’s overall financial standing, and it posted strong sales in some regions which are not strong for the rest of the computer makers. Cook added that United States was a very strong market for the Mac in the second quarter.
To nurture the loyalty of the patrons and to ensure that their consumers are gaining access to their newest software, Apple bring about free to download Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks in 2013. Like Maverick, the trial version of the OS X 10.10 Yosemite will also be free, as well as its official version which be released this fall.
To date, software developers worldwide are given the privilege to have the beta Yosemite software, providing Apple with the much-needed feedback to enhance further the software. Keep in mind that only the first one million individuals who sign up will have the right to use the beta version, so be sure will not miss the bus.