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Apple didn't reveal too much about the next iteration of their operating system, but here's a look at what you can expect when Mac OS X Lion is released in Summer of 2011.
During today's media event , Apple CEO Steve Jobs gave the first sneak peek at the eighth major version of Mac OS X.
Updated Steve Jobs announced today what he suggested was a marriage of iOS with Mac OSX.
There will be a Mac App Store in Mac OS X Lion.
Folks who just watched the Apple event will note something strange: Jobs announced OS X Lion, saying it would arrive in the Summer of 2011.
<img style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;" src="http://www.cultofmac.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/20101020-macappstore.jpg" border="0" alt="20101020-macappstore.jpg" width="640" height="395" />
<img style="display:block; margin-left:auto; margin-right:auto;" src="http://www.cultofmac.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/20101021-appstore.jpg" alt="20101021-appstore.jpg" border="0" width="640" height="403" /> Yesterday we posted some first impressions of the Mac App Store by a list of some of the finest software developers around. Overnight we’ve had more responses from more superb developers, so here for your reading pleasure are their initial thoughts about the Store and what it means for their business.
Is there really any doubt the Mac App Store will be anything other than a huge hit when it debuts in 90 days?
After more than two years of the App Store on iOS, Apple has finally decided to bring an App Store to the Mac as well. It’s certainly not unexpected, but for many developers, it’s an idea which has sparked feelings of both excitement and dread. The App Store on iOS has been phenomenally successful for Apple, for users, and for some developers.
I remember just two and a half years ago visiting Apple on my way back to New Zealand after a whirlwind trip to iPhone Dev Camp in Austin TX and talking with a certain individual about the very first iPhone SDK announced a few days earlier.
Originally published in the gdgt newsletter, sign up at gdgt.com/newsletter/ Apple bringing the App Store to the Mac was a pretty obvious move -- I know I’m not the only one who was predicting it would happen sooner or later, and I’m sure I’m not the only one who thinks this is going to have a huge impact for some Mac software developers.
This weekend, Ryan Block put up an interesting post on gdgt entitled: Will the Mac App Store have enough to sell? He raises a number of good points for why Apple may not be able to replicate their current App Store success with this new desktop store. But I’m left wondering if the store won’t lead to a new class of app: a sort of micro-app for the desktop.
It feels like we’re on the verge of something — “feel” being the keyword. Personal computing has more or less been the same for a few decades now. It’s the mouse, the keyboard, the monitor, and the machine.