Jun 11 2013, 3:16am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
The WWDC 2013 was not just a platform for hobnobbing with developers but a launch pad for some serious software. Apple Incorporated has given a sneak peek of its latest OS to the rest of the world. The Mountain Lion system has transferred its epithet to the Mavericks logo. The OS X Mavericks ddveloper preview version 10.9 contains several additonal features like iCloud keychain, calender, maps and Xcode 5 etc. There are tabs and there are tags. Plenty of notifications are there too. A time, day, month and year register along with weather reportage are installed on the system.
Facebook and mapping capabilities run on the contraption. And finally an iBook facility keeps you updated regarding the number of textbooks available for your perusal. The fuel life is longer too. This iOS is better and bigger than the previous ones. It sports so many cool things including a flatter icon panel as well as a number of amenities that make the mind spin.
Ultimately, the Apple Mavericks Operating System is the best electronic alternative around since it is the latest of its kind. A better one than this creature of creativity will take years to manufacture. It gives the other brands some pretty tough competition. The logo is very beautiful to behold. It consists of a numeral seven that has the sky and rainbow colors in it. This copies the original bitten apple that was the motif back in the 80s. It is indeed a very pleasant and good looking sight to gaze at in admiration. As for the rest of the mechanical and electronic circuitry, it is quite complex and remains hidden like the black box in an airplane. The outer dimensions are wide and definitely big. It seems size does matter in the end.
The WWDC 2013 at which this special system got its introduction was an event to end all events. All the tech-smart people were there and a lot of interactivity took place. When great minds get together big things occur. The debut of the OS X Mavericks is just one example among many of the potential that the human mind holds in its secret recesses. All future events such as the WWDC will unveil even more radical and greater gadgets that will enthrall the crowds by their sheer functionality and running power.
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