Apple has just announced the latest iteration of it’s Mac OS X Operating System at WWDC 2015. It is called…wait for it… Mac OS X El Capitan – a name that took many of us by surprise.
Nonetheless, OS X El Capitan packs a bunch of new features into the operating system. Let’s go through some of them.
Here’s what’s new:
● New gestures make it easier than ever to do quick actions like deleting a message in Mail.
● With Pinned Sites in Safari, the sites you check often are always available and up to date in a tab.
● Spotlight now searches more places for even more useful results, including weather and sports scores.
● The enhanced full-screen view in Mail lets you add tabs to a New Message window.
● The Spaces Bar makes it easier than ever to create multiple desktops, giving you more room to work.
● Split View automatically positions two apps side by side, using every pixel of your Mac display.
● El Capitan makes many areas of the OS run faster
● Metal, a core graphics technology that gives apps near-direct access to the GPU, comes to El Capitan.
The developer preview of OS X El Capitan is available to Mac Developer Program members starting today. Mac users can participate in the El Capitan Beta Program in July and download the final version for free from the Mac App Store this fall. Customers interested in signing up for the public beta can visit www.apple.com/osx/elcapitan-preview/ for more details. Features are subject to change. Some features may not be available in all regions or all languages.
More info is available at Apple OS X webpage – http://www.apple.com/osx/elcapitan-preview/Share This: