For Apple fans June means WWDC, a chance to see what the team have been up to with both the OS’ due for major updates. Last year when Apple dropped the bomb that all their future OS updates will be free, punters were quick to criticise them for using that as an excuse to justify only incremental updates on their OS. Mavericks brought a whole host of upgrades but mainly below the surface and with the next OS X 10.10 codenamed Syrah, Apple are out to prove the naysayers wrong.
According to 9 To 5 Mac, OS X 10.10 will be the first End-To End redesign of the OS and will be the most comprehensive since the launch a decade ago. The new look will take design cues from the iOS 7 redesign aesthetically but still retain the core OS X functionality that we have come to know and love.
According to The Verge:
Codenamed “Syrah,” OS X 10.10 will reportedly have sharper corners, more white space, and iOS 7-esque toggles. Apple will also apparently continue its trend of bringing certain features from iOS into its desktop OS. Apple has repeatedly reassured its users that its two operating systems will remain distinct, despite the past few years seeing the addition of an iOS-like Launchpad, Mac App Store, and applications that began on mobile like Maps.
(Source: The Verge)