AT A GLANCE
OS X Yosemite is the next version of the Mac operating system, including a revamped look and a number of new features. The upcoming operating system was previewed at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on June 2 and is expected to launch
to the public as a free upgrade on or shortly after October 16.
Yosemite introduced a major revision to the operating system’s user interface, designed with inspiration from iOS 7, while still maintaining the OS X desktop metaphor. The interface incorporates a flatter visual appearance with blurred translucency effects. Continue reading
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It’s been way too long…
At least that’s what Apple states (maybe in jest) on its website, in anticipation of another product event slated for tomorrow. The event is expected to reveal a new line of updated iPads, iMacs and the next-generation desktop operating system, Yosemite. In Apple’s third conference of 2014, the tech giant will likely announce new hardware and software updates to its products that often get out-shined by the iPhone. With the event less than 24 hours away, here’s everything you can expect to see and hear tomorrow morning.
Where to Watch
In traditional Apple fashion, the event will be smack-dab in the middle of the day when most of us are posted up at our desks at work. With the start time at 10 a.m. PDT in the company’s hometown of Cupertino, that puts us here on the East Coast waiting until 1 p.m. EST to watch it. Luckily, a livestream the conference will be broadcast via Apple’s website here (Apple’s Safari browser required). Continue reading
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