Thursday, October 21, 2010

Apple Mac OS X 10.7 Lion New Generation Apple OS

Apple Mac OS X 10.7 Lion New Generation Apple OS - Rumors continued generation Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard is already rolling along. In the end, Apple announced that new OS also known as Lion.

Steve Jobs on the Mac Event that was held in San Francisco a while ago once said that the eighth generation of OS X is inspired by iPad combined with the latest IOS.

"We bring the best ideas from Mac OS X and take it to the iPhone. Then we took the idea from the iPhone to the iPad. And now we bring it back to Mac, as the eighth generation of the world's best OS. Mac OS X Lion present at the summer 2011, "writes the information is quoted detikINET, Thursday (10/21/2010), on the Apple web page.

Looking briefly back, we remember that Mac OS X's first generation born with the name 'Cheetah', has a version number 10.0. The 'X' on Mac OS X means ten digits in the Roman language. Until now the 'X' function as an identity trademarks of Apple.

Since 2002, Apple has membundling Macintosh computer with Mac OS X. The operating system is present as the successor to Mac OS 9, as the final version of the classic Mac OS. Mac OS X is an operating system with Unix-based graphics, with technology developed by NeXT between 1980 and 1996.

Later, Mac OS X v10.5-called 'Leopard' is present when Apple has a certified UNIX 03, which runs on Intel processors. This was continued until later years. Here is a glimpse of the history of the names of the 'tiger' Mac OS X.

10.0 Cheetah - March 24, 2001
10/01 Puma - 25 September 2001
10.2 Jaguar - August 24, 2002
10.3 Panther - October 24, 2003
10.4 Tiger - 29 April 2005
04/10 Intel Tiger - January 10, 2006
10.5 Leopard - October 26, 2007
10.6 Snow Leopard - August 28, 2009
07/10 Lion - Summer 2011

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