Apple Released Mac OS X Lion for Developers
Finally Apple has released Mac OS X Lion to registered developers. Mac OS X Lion aka 10.7 is the new iteration of OS X which is scheduled for release in next summer. The Core Duo processor is not supported by Lion, and minimum requirement is Core 2 Duo on, if you have a 2006 iMac, you can not install this seed of Lion.
In addition to Mission Control, Launchpad, full-screen applications and advanced management interface using gestures, you can see more new features like Auto Save, Re-designed Mail app, Air Drop, new text edit, Safari and integration of Mac OS X Lion also Server into the standard version.
Some of the details listed are:
- Launchpad: clicking on the Launchpad icon in the Dock all windows disappear to make way for a full screen view with all the apps you have installed on your Mac
- Full-screen apps
- Mission Control: provides an overview of what is happening on your Mac, including Dashboard and full screen apps.
- Best multitouch gestures more effective and realistic, as happens today in the iPad including travel with rebound, the pages and images zoom in and slide to full screen.
- Autosave: Autosave Providing Lion Mac OS X automatically saves the document as we work to not have to do it ourselves.
- Versions: Versions records the evolution of a document from you to believe. Lion Mac OS X automatically creates a version of the document each time you open and every hour while working on it.
- Resume: restart your Mac and go back to what we were doing with all applications in the exact spot where we left
- Mail redesigned with conversation view.
- AirDrop: to send files wirelessly to anyone around you without configurations.
- Lion Server: To configure your Mac as a server.