(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Before Apple’s WWDC conference hits in June, there’s already news to report regarding the company’s latest launch of OS X.
According to an article on Monday from 9to5Mac which cited unnamed sources, Mac OS X 10.9 has been codenamed “Cabernet” and will focus on what’s describes as “power-user enhancements”.
Another key, but not surprising part of the upcoming OS will see OS X function more like iOS.
9to5Mac reported the overhaul features “major enhancements” for Finder including tabbed browsing modes along with tags.
Other things include a new version of Safari with a “redesigned backend” along with the ability for a user to open a full-screen app on one monitor when using dual view mode.
Apple is expected to unveil the latest version of OS X in June at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. Meanwhile, we fully don’t expect Apple to use the term “Cabernet” as the OS’s official name – we anticipate them to go with something a bit more “cat-like.”