Why Macs are killing software development
Apple’s latest Mac software release has caused a huge software development crisis, with software developers reporting that the operating system is now significantly more difficult to develop than its predecessor, OS X Mountain Lion.
The problems are being blamed on the new version of Mac OS X called 10.10, and are seen as a major blow to the industry.
Some developers are also reporting a drop in their software projects due to the new software.
Many of the developers on the Mac OS developers forum say that they have been forced to stop releasing software because of the software changes.
“This is one of the biggest software releases ever, it’s going to be so hard to get out,” said a developer on the forum.
“It’s going from a huge amount of work to just a handful of lines of code.”
The changes include:In addition to the software release, Mac OS 10.8 and 10.9, the 10.7 update, were also released.
There is a significant number of Mac software developers on Mac OS Developer Forum who say they are not going to release any software for Mac OS.
Apple’s response to the problem:The software update for Mac 10.5 was also released on Thursday, and is called 10-R1.
According to the update, it will allow users to download software updates from Apple’s developer website directly to their Macs.
This is a good sign that it’s getting better, but it’s still going to take time to get things back to normal.