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We’ve seen the latest news about the future of Apple’s OS X operating system and it’s a sad day.
Apple is discontinuing the Mac OS X 10.10 “Yosemite” operating system, a.k.a.
Yosemite, in favor of the “Apple” operating systems that will soon replace it.
The reason for this change is not known, but it’s probably related to the company’s efforts to integrate more of its apps with Apple TV and other devices.
We’ve written extensively about the transition of Apple TV to Apple TV 10.1, so we’ll skip ahead to a few more interesting facts.
Apple TV 10 has been a big hit for Apple, and the new version is expected to deliver even more features.
The new OS is expected for a November 2016 release and it will run on the current-generation Macs and iOS devices, but there’s still a lot to look forward to with the next version.
For those interested, the OS will include Siri integration, Siri voice search, a built-in photo editor, and support for the Apple Watch.
Apple TV has been the most popular Apple TV hardware product ever since its introduction in 2014.
While the OS 10.8 “El Capitan” and 10.9 “Elvis” OS releases were the main features of the Mac’s last OS update, OS X 11.9 Yosemite will also come to the Macs with the release of OS X Yosemite 10.13.
Apple is currently developing an OS for iOS devices.
The OS will likely include an iOS SDK and a mobile SDK for developers to create apps for the Mac.
Apple will likely also incorporate a more “modern” version of its operating system for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, although we’ll probably have to wait for that to happen before we get any details on what it will look like.
Apple’s latest OS is designed to bring new features to Apple’s computers that will benefit from Apple’s expertise in the hardware industry, and will also bring new opportunities for developers.
It’s a great time for Apple and developers, and it looks like it’s going to be a big success for Apple.