Apple released on Tuesday, during the big event in San Francisco, its latest operating system upgrade
Apple Balla reported that on Tuesday, during the annual event in California, Apple announced the release of its operating system upgrade Mavericks OS X. The upgrade, which can be downloaded from the online Mac App Store, will be given for free.
Apple’s latest operating system upgrade Mavericks OS X was unveiled for the first time in June, during the Worldwide Developers Conference. This latest Apple’s OS update offers a number of important upgrades and improvements. Some of the more interesting are: the file tagging feature, ability to see friends’ links shared on the Safari browser, and capacity to respond to messages received in notifications. Mavericks OS X also comes with two new apps: iBooks and Maps.
Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering, added that Mavericks OS X will significantly extend the computers’ battery life and improve their computing speed.
Interestingly, users will be able to install Mavericks OS X even on such old machines as Mac computers bought in 2007, as well as on a range of other Mac models.