It was in the air for a few months: Apple Unveils OS X Yosemite . The new version of that possibly be the most stable OS on the planet has gone through the body and paint shop and unified visual appearance to iOS to finish giving a total coherence to its ecosystem.
The news is many, beyond their change in appearance, and of a very different nature. To do this, you’d better list them below:
Following the idea of Jonny Ive to mobile devices, Apple has decided to unify the look of the OS on their computers. So stop windows have rounded edges, the icons will have a unified look and feel similar to iOS and the disappearance of skeumorphismo or what is the same, the graphical representation of the object to which it refers.
This feature promises to establish uniformity between iPhone, Mac and iPad, so you can open mail on your phone and finish composing an email on your computer. As if this were not enough, you can make and answer calls from your computer, without touching the phone.
Something that Steve Jobs thought he should be “invisible” since that was one of the qualities of a product that “works.” However, time has changed things and the war cloud is played with names. In this sense, having a storage system in the cloud must be recognized and noticed by the user. Windows will support and enable sync all types of files among Apple devices.
Besides the new look according to Yosemite, Safari no longer have the bookmarks bar that has had so far. Since the update, have a common URL bar for all tabs, and Chrome.
These are the pillars of the new system of Apple. Out today for developers, in summer there will be a public beta and it will fall free to the public.