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Original release date: September 20, 2016Price: Free download (requires access to the Mac App Store)mac OS Sierra was the first of the mac OS series of operating systems.The main purpose of the name change from OS X to mac OS was to unite the Apple family of operating systems into a single naming convention: i OS, tv OS, watch OS, and now mac OS.In addition to changes to icons and menus, the use of blurred transparent window elements made their appearance.Lucida Grande, the default system font, was replaced with Helvetica Neue, and the Dock lost its 3D glass shelf appearance, replaced with a translucent 2D rectangle.If you've been wondering about the history of the mac OS, or when features were added or removed, read on to look back to 2001, when OS X Cheetah was introduced, and learn what each subsequent version of the operating system brought with it.Original release date: Sometime in the fall of 2017; currently in beta.
OS X was a new OS, built on a Unix-like kernel, that brought modern preemptive multitasking, protected memory, and an operating system that could grow with the new technology that Apple was envisioning.
To facilitate this, a number of new features and apps were added that mimicked how the i OS interface worked.
Original release date: August 28, 2010Price: single user; family pack (5 users); available on CD/DVDSnow Leopard was the last version of the OS offered on physical media (DVD).
It's also the oldest version of the Mac operating system you can still purchase directly from the Apple Store (.99).
Snow Leopard is thought of as the last native Mac operating system.Original release date: July 20, 2011Price: Free download (requires OS X Snow Leopard to access the Mac App Store)Lion was the first version of the Mac operating system available as a download from the Mac App Store, and required a Mac with a 64-bit Intel processor.This requirement meant that some of the first Intel Macs that used 32-bit Intel processors couldn't be updated to OS X Lion.To help bring the apps together, Mountain Lion renamed Address Book to Contacts, i Cal to Calendar, and replaced i Chat with Messages.