Apple Introduces OS X Yosemite

A year after the release of OS X Mavericks, Apple has announced its newest Mac operating system it is naming OS X Yosemite. The more simplified and flatter looking OS will be available to all existing Mac users as a free upgrade when it officially launches to consumers this coming fall. OS X Yosemite focuses on user convenience with deep iOS 8 device integration and seamless continuity transitioning from Mac to an iPhone or iPad, and vice versa. It also features app enhancement and new features like iCloud Drive, a Dropbox-like cloud storage service which includes 5GB of free storage (20GB and 200GB capacities will cost $0.99 and $3.99 per month) to store any file type and have it be accessible from any device, AirDrop now supports file transfer between Macs and iOS devices, as well as a smarter Spotlight searching engine that can pull search information from various sources on the internet and has a rich integration with iTunes and the Mac App Store, and much more.

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