This week Apple released its developer preview of the new OS X 10.8, Mountain Lion, which is expected to reach us regular consumers in summer of this year. While there’s well over 100 new features which have been added to the new OS version, the most noticeable off-the-bat is that Mac has been dropped from the naming convention – which has led many to believe that OSX is moving more towards an iOS, app heavy interface style.
A new way to sync our iPhones and iPads might be on the way soon enough, doing away with those USB cables, which can be a bit of a nuisance at times when looking for a quick sync.
A bright spark of a developer has come up with a new App called Wi-Fi Sync, which enables users to wirelessly sync their iPhones, iPads and iPod touches to their computer using their home wireless networks.
Apple has changed the world, literally. They’ve let us bring our music libraries with us where ever we go, made smart phones cool for the average joe blogs, now they’re going to shake up up portables and how we read news and magazines.
While this is brilliant for us, who are now so used to seeing the Apple logo, it’s practically one of our five-a-day now. The Software and hardware giant has also livened up competition, made other companies fight for our attention and forcing them to produce machines that don’t just work, but look attractive.