Mac’s OS X Mountain Lion, that is. Apple’s latest iteration of OS X claims to streamline iCloud, improve sharing, messaging and more. Boasting over 200 new features, Mountain Lion is sure to improve your online experience on all devices.
Some of the top new features:
Updated Notes and Reminders let you create as many as you need to keep track and set alerts, while iCloud automatically updates your devices (and vice versa) so you’ll never miss an appointment or forget the eggs again.
With iMessages you can send messages to anyone on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 5. photos, HD videos, contacts, and attachments; request read receipts and more.
Power Nap keeps your Mac up to date even while it sleeps, periodically updating your calendar, reminders, notes, photostream… When connected to a power source, it can also update and make backups using Time Machine all while keeping system sounds and lights off so you can take a power nap, too.
If you already have Lion or the latest version of Snow Leopard, you can upgrade for twenty bucks through the Mac App Store . For more details, visit apple.com