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Apple OS X 10.9 Cabernet

Written By Mark Antalusya on April 29, 2013 | 8:30 PM

Apple OS X 10.9 Cabernet - Rumor has it that Apple will be releasing OS X 10.9 later this year. Code-named “Cabernet,” the operating system will integrate several core features from Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS, as well as add a number of “power-user” enhancements, 9to5 Mac reports.

The WWDC 2013 is mostly about software. Apple will show developers the upcoming OS X and iOS version. OS X 10.9 aka Cabernet details have leaked today on 9to5Mac. Their sources say OS X 10.9 is focusing on features for power users. It will not contain a major UI overhaul.
Apple OS X 10.9 Cabernet

New features will be found in the Finder, Safari, multi-monitor handling and lots of other smaller things. If Siri is part of OS X 10.9 is not clear.

Overall OS X 10.9 sounds not very exciting. The more interesting topic at the WWDC 2013 is definitely iOS 7.

Among the updates expected in the Apple OS X 10.9 Cabernet:
  • Finder is expected to get an upgrade, adding tags and tabbed browsing modes.
  • Apps will be able to be run full-screen on one monitor, while a second monitor displays the desktop.
  • Safari will see some updates, making it faster and more efficient.
Apple OS X 10.9 Cabernet is also rumored to integrate Siri functionality, as well as app-switching capabilities from iOS devices so users can quickly switch between apps.

The operating system is expected to debut this June at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.

What do you hope to see in OS X 10.9? Let us know in the comments.

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