Mac OS X Lion To Rule In The Software Jungle

In October 2010 when Apple unveiled Mac OS X Lion it seemed that it was just another tech announcement.  Apple announcements are what define free advertising in my opinion. They don’t make any announcements before it is done officially and refrain from answering direct questions on future products. Bloggers and rumours have become partners with regards to Apple announcements.  However there is media buzz all over with geeks looking forward to learning about the latest Apple product launch. Mac OS X Lion is the start of the change in Apple’s computing strategy. The line between Tablets and...
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Apple’s Cloudy iFuture

Apple made yesterday a historical day in various ways. Steve Jobs was to launch software and no actual new devices (iPhone 5). The media knew in advance which Apple products would be unveiled at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. Why did they take this extra ordinary unexpected step? Simple, to ensure that the new software does not get lost in the usual hype which surrounds Apple product launches. Secondly, I think it was also a reassurance to their shareholders that Jobs would be there and not one of his lieutenants. (Their share price did take a bit of a nose dive.) The Software which will be...
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Apple Unveil Mac OS X Lion

A Snow Leopard has been replaced with a Lion. I don’t work for National Parks nor do I work for WWF or any zoo for that matter. Steve Jobs has revealed the latest version of the Mac Operating System. Lion is an Unix operating system, based on the NeXTSTEP operating system and the Mach kernel which Apple acquired after purchasing NeXT Computer. The major new feature on Mac OS X Lion is the emergence of the App Store that users can access faster than before. The process is exactly the same in relation to the Apple iPad and iPhone. The Home Screen feature called the Launch Pad features the App Store....
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