Apple is all set to launch its new operating system, Mac OS X Lion, this July. The OS is predominantly meant for Macintosh computers which will help the users to enjoy a multi-touch experience like iPhone & iPad, as claimed by the company. OS X Lion needed to be downloaded from Apple's online AppStore for US $ 29.99 as the company has not made it available in the form of CR-ROMs or DVD-ROM sets.
Exceptional Multi-Touch Trackpad Support:
People who are in love with the latest touch revolution will go gaga about X Lion as according to the company's latest updates, every Mac notebook will come with a Multi-Touch Trackpad which will empower the users to use a full range of gestures. Further, the OS also enables the users to choose between the Multi-Touch Magic Mouse & more gesture-friendly Magic Trackpad as their preferred tool to enjoy the gesture controlling feel.
According to the details that company has declared so far; Apple has added such functionalities in its newest OS, so that the users feel they are controlling the contents more directly on their desktops, which is certainly a new venture as a matter of fact.
Remarkable Attributes Helping It Standout from The Lot:
Address Book, AirDrop, Address space layout randomization, Auto-correction, Auto Save, Emoji support, Exposé in the Dock, FaceTime, FileVault, Font Book 3, iCal, iChat, Mail 5, Multi-User Screen Sharing, Recovery Partition, Safari, TextEdit, Vertical text are few of the latest features that are been incorporated in Mac OS X Lion.
Dropped Useless Features:
On the contrary boasts like Front Row, Java Runtime Environment Adobe Flash Player and Rosetta are dropped from the feature list. In addition to these, Wiki Server 3, File Sharing for iPad and Profile Manager are few server based features to be enjoyable on this latest OS.
Steve Jobs, CEO, Apple first announced Mac OS X Lion somewhere in October last year. On February 2011 developer's preview was released and now after five months of the announcement it is ready to hit the tech market in July 2011.