Apple Announces Its Next OS X
Apple unveiled its latest version of Mac OS X at its Worldwide Developers Conference. It’s called El Capitan. The company said the previous version – Yosemite – had the best adoption rate of any PC operating system ever, before showing off features that it hopes will help top that with the new one.
El Capitan includes enhancements to Spotlight, built-in apps, and window management, including a new mission control interface and split view. There are also some new gestures, such as a quick action to delete a message in Mail.
“With Pinned Sites in Safari, the sites you check often are always available and up to date in a tab,’ the company says.
“El Capitan is more powerful than ever, with advancements under the hood and smarter ways to do the things you do most,” the company says.
El Capitan available to developers today. A public beta will come in July, and it will roll out to everyone in the fall.
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