Just a few days back Apple had announced that it would be releasing the latest version of its Mac operating system – Mac OS X Mountain Lion. Though most people were surprised with the move, it is expected that Mountain Lion will feature a number of interesting changes that are definitely going to make the Mac experience even more exhilarating.
It appears that Apple is truing to bridge the gap between its desktop & mobile platforms and is going to incorporate some ioS features into its computing devices as well. Some of the most exciting changes that the Mountain Lion will come with is Mac versions of loads of iOS apps such as Reminders, Notes and Game Center. Mountain Lion will also make life for iCloud users easier as it will allow them to set up iCloud and access documents across devices. The Apple ID can be used to set up Messages, Contacts, FaceTime, Calender and Mail.
It also appears likely that a messaging system (or application) might be making its way to the Mac, thereby enabling users to send as well as receive messages on their desktop systems. Another interesting feature in Mountain Lion is “Share Sheets” which basically allows users to share content such as photos, videos and even links from supporting applications.
As far as the release date of Mac OS X Mountain Lion goes, it is widely expected to be released somewhere in the summer of 2012 since the last version (OS X 10.7 Lion) had also been released in summer last year. Mountain Lion will also be sold through the Mac App store on Apple desktops as well as laptops. Although there is no official word on the price, it is expected to be around the $29.99 mark just like the OS X Lion.
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