Apple released a developer preview of OS X Mavericks, the 10th major release of Apple's OS X.
With more than 200 new features, OS X Mavericks brings Maps and iBooks to the Mac, introduces Finder Tags and Tabs, enhances multi-display support for power users.
iBooks also works across your devices, so you can read a book on your Mac, make notes or highlights, and then pick up exactly where you left off on your iPad.
Calendar is streamlined with a fresh new look. It shows your event%u2019s location on a map, calculates travel time, and displays a weather forecast.
Maps brings advanced mapping technologies from iOS to the Mac, including crisp vector graphics, 3D view and interactive Flyover.
With Maps you can plan a trip from your Mac, then send it to your iPhone for voice navigation on the road.
OS X Mavericks introduces new user features. Tags are a new way to organise and find your files anywhere on your Mac or in iCloud.
With iBooks, users can have instant access to their existing iBooks library, as well as the more than 1.8 million titles in the iBooks Store from textbooks and classics to the latest best sellers.
You can easily tag any file in the Finder, in iCloud, or when saving a new document. Tags appear in the Finder Sidebar to enable you to view files by project or category.
Safari also introduces innovations like Shared Links, which make it easy to discover, read and share interesting new content from Twitter and LinkedIn, all in one place.
It also includes an all new version of Safari.
The preview release of OS X Mavericks is available to Mac Developer Program members starting today. Mac users will be able to download Mavericks from the Mac App Store this fall.
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