In my overview, I assumed Mac OS X Mavericks was a rewarding replace with a bunch of latest features, new apps introduced over from iOS, smarter interface elements, battery-saving applied sciences, and safety improvements. Best of all? It can be free. To me, there isn’t any reason to not replace.
But my review caused some other question: the place can Apple go from right here? Except minor tweaks to clean out the tough edges, what’s left to enhance that we do not have already have? It’s a question that I’m sure the oldsters at Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Linux are hashing out over round big conference tables or relaxed couch setups at this time. surely the hardware may alternate or there could be every other gesture-based computing paradigm shift like we noticed Tom Cruise the use of within the well-known scenes from “Minority report,” but when we’re talking mice, desktops, or touch displays, I wonder simply how a lot there may be left to add that will make us exclaim, “that is it! That’s what we’ve got all been ready for!”
So now I want to put the question to you: What would you like to look in the subsequent version of OS X? a few of us at CNET have give you a variety of possible feature additions Apple could introduce, but like I said earlier than — I am not sure there are many “magical” options left. When you have some large ideas (or small ones!) for the future of Mac OS X that don’t seem to be listed here, please let us know in the feedback so we can all talk about. If we’re lucky, maybe Apple will read this and get your modifications in for the subsequent model.