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Apple Mountain Lion iOS -X Due For Release Summer 2012
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Msg#: 4418341 posted 2:20 pm on Feb 16, 2012 (gmt 0)

Apple Mountain Lion iOS -X Due For Release Summer 2012 [macworld.com]
Apple updates its iOS mobile operating system once a year. But why should the iPhone and iPad have all the fun? On Thursday Apple announced that it will release a new version of OS X—Mountain Lion—this summer, just a year after the release of OS X Lion.

Like Lion, Mountain Lion offers numerous feature additions that will be familiar to iOS users. This OS X release continues Apple’s philosophy of bringing iOS features “back to the Mac,” and includes iMessage, Reminders, Notes, Notification Center, Twitter integration, Game Center, and AirPlay Mirroring.

 

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Msg#: 4418341 posted 8:54 pm on Feb 16, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hurrah, hurrah, more features I don't use, more icons I don't recognize.

OS X may have better innards. ("You do not have to restart your computer.") But in many ways I liked the Classic interface better. Felt as if I had more control over my computer.

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