Apple releases new OS X and is called “Mavericks”
No more cats! That seals begin!
During the WWDC 2013 event, Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering, presented the new “OS X” called “Mavericks”
Attaching data in the United States “Mountain Lion”, the previous version of OSX is installed on 28 million Apple computers, making this is the best-selling operating system in the history of the Cupertino, taking a 35% Device users “Mac” using the Lion edition.Tags: Apple, WWDC, WWDC 2013