MacOS is the Apple Mac OS and Apple Macintosh operating system, the state-of-the-art version of which was first introduced in 2001, called Mac OS X.
17 years ago, on April 4, 2001, Apple introduces the first version of the Mac OS X operating system
(the letter X is actually a Roman numeral and equivalent to 10), which was a fundamental change.
The operating system was renowned for its simplicity, apparel beauty, advanced technologies, various applications, security and fast access options.
Features such as Spotlight, iCloud, and so on – have made OS X more attractive to users and experts.
Thanks to the excellent integration of the operating system with Apple’s hardware, users could easily do their work.
OS X quickly and unwantedly became a brand for Apple and the Mac,
and now more than 14 newer versions are being release.
Mac OS became more complete after the release of iOS because
it was inspired by iOS and now the two operating systems are at least as seemingly similar to each other.
In this article,
we want to look at all the versions of the operating system
that were release after 1380 – including the Mojave Edition to be release this year – to see how the Mac OS evolve over time.
Chita or OS X 10
The first version of OS X is known as Cheetah and is the 10th edition.
Chita is a very big update to the classic Mac OS 9 operating system
and is somehow a successor to the classic version.
Chita was introduced at the end of 2000 and during the Macworld Expo event in San Francisco. With the introduction of Chita, Apple also unveiled the Aqua interface, and the news was no longer classic.
In the Aqua interface, the buttons for resizing windows are colored and the icons also look more realistic.
Apple, along with the introduction of various features of Chita, also unveiled the Dock bar, which is one of the key elements in the beauty of the operating system, and continues to be a part of its beauty due to Dock.
A number of modern applications such as Mail, Address Book and TextEdit were introduced during the launch of Chita.
Puma or OS X 10.1
Version 10.1 is known as the OS X called Puma, which was introduced in 2001 during the Macworld Expo event in New York.
Puma was a relatively important update that made it possible to move more quickly between menus and the process of logging in was faster than before.
Some optional settings and configurations, such as the possibility of docking, have also added new menus for controlling volume and battery life.
The iTunes, combined with the Puma version, was integrated with the operating system, which also has the ability to burn CDs and could play DVDs and support cameras and music players.
The DVD player feature in this version of the operating system was call iDVD, which at that time had a lot of performance for users.
Jaguar or OS X 10.2
Although earlier versions of the Wild Cats were using, they never use the names to be marketing until finally the OS X Jaguar was release, and this trend has change.
Jaguar, 2002, was unveil at the Macworld Expo event in New York City. Jaguar was not a revolutionary version, and Apple focusing on updating existing features.
For example, in the Mail app, a feature was add that split spam emails from other emails and put them in a folder call junk.
The iChat app was launch with the Jaguar version as its default, and serves as the default messaging app for users.
This app was integrating with some features of the AOL Messenger.
In updating Jaguar, the Fender (similar to this PC on Windows computers) was equipped with seamless search capability; OS X 10.2 also made it possible to magnify the display, allowing users to execute various applications using voice commands.
Panther or OS X 10.3
The Panther update was introduced in 2003 during the annual Apple Developers Conference (WWDC).
This update included a new feature called Exposé that allowed users to view all open windows of the operating system, all open windows from a specific application, or files on the desktop in one go.
The iChat AV app was also added to the operating system, which allowed users to make voice and video calls besides text messages.
Apple updated its support for the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser, and instead, Safari was chosen as the default browser.
In Panther update, there was FileCault that could encrypt hard drives with 128-bit keys.
Font Book is integrated as a simple application to the OS so that users can manage all of the fonts in the system.
The feeder also had minor changes and gave users easier access to drives, networks and folders.
Tiger or OS X 10.4
Apple introduced the Tiger update to WWDC in 2004. In this update, an integrated search client called Spotlight, users could easily search through the menu bar, files, emails, contacts, images and apps.
Widgets were added that could provide weather information, flying, and more.
In this update, Safari was equipped with RSS features and iChat could support up to 4 people in group video calls and 10 people in group voice calls.
OS X 10.4 also brought Automator and VoiceOver apps. Automator is an application that automatically performs tasks manually; for example, it can rename a large number of files at the same time or change the size of multiple images simultaneously.
VoiceOver is an application that provides a platform for doing things.
For example, there are options for zooming, allowing you to control the keyboard and have the ability to write explanations along with English texts on the page.
After Apple switched to the use of Intel X86 processors, OS X Tiger became the first operating system to support Apple-Intel architecture.
Also, up to 30 months after the release of Tiger, a newer update by Apple was not introduced.
Leopard or OS X 10.5
Leopard update is the biggest update released for OS X, which was introduced at WWDC in 2006 and redefined Apple software.
The Leopard interface was completely modern and has a 3D look. Semi-transparent menus, active window shadows, depth-of-the-art elements and high-quality icons are among the hallmarks of this release.
In the update to Leopard, there was a new feature called Stacks, which is a function for grouping and can display files in fan mode (which is the list view, except that it is merely a selection of the best folders or files) or grid on the display dock. Give
The interface of the Finger Navigation section also changed completely. Quick Look was another leopard feature that allowed users to preview items.
Spaces feature allows users to group different application windows into more than one virtual desktop.
In Leopard’s update, we saw the availability of a backup tool called Time Machine that automatically backed up the files and allowed users to recover deleted files.
Boot Camp, Apple’s software client for native Windows on Mac, was released along with Leopard’s update.
In the same years, Apple unveiled its new MacBook and MacBook Air, which had an integrated aluminum body, and their crackers supporting multiple simultaneous gestures, so Leopard also supported multi-touch gestures, but Apple never maneuvered on the subject.
Snow Leopard or OS X 10.6
The Snow Leopard update was introduce during the 2009 WWDC conference.
Users using the Leopard version could only upgrade to Leopard’s $ 29 for just $ 29.
In this update, all Apple apps were rewrite base on 64-bit code. Grand Central Dispatch (GCD) was introduce along with this update.
GCD was a new way for software developers to develop applications that could be easily implemented on multi-core processors.
The OpenCL platform for running multi-thread applications was another feature introduce with the Leopard Snooze update.
On OS X 10.6, the features of the previous versions still existed, but thanks to the updates, they now perform better and perform faster.
For example, the process of expelling the disk was quicker, the Time Machine tool could backup very quickly, boosting the operating system and shutting it off faster than before, and even installing the operating system for a shorter time.
Leopard’s update to Snow Leopard was even smaller with more features and only 7GB of disk space.
Apple later introduced the OS Mac OS X 10.6.6 with the introduction of the Mac OS X, allowing the operating system to be installed without using the physical disk.
Line or OS X 10.7
Apple unveiled the Lion-Lion update on a special event called “Back to Mac” or a return to Mac in 1390.
Earlier, Apple had added support for multiple cracked motion gestures to its operating system, but as was said, Apple did not maneuver on this feature and unofficially.
With the introduction of the Lion update, Apple has officially announced the addition of the feature and said that using this feature, the user can do various tasks such as zooming, resizing windows, and so on.
In this version of the Mac OS, users were able to run apps for the first time in fullscreen.
OS X 10.7 has many of the features available on iOS, as well as full support for the Mac OS Store.
Other features of this version of the Mac OS include Resume. This feature allows applications that are accidentally closed to allow them to reopen and continue to work.
Mountain Lion or OS X 10.8
2012 During the WWDC event, Apple officially introduced the Mountain Lion version of the OS X operating system.
With the introduction of this release, Apple removed the Mac word from the beginning of Mac OS X, even the company’s website mentioned OS X alone.
In this release, iCloud has been synchronizing with parts such as email, contacts, reminders, documents and notes on a variety of devices, such as the Mac, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
In this release, the inspiration from iVas continuing as the iMessage app was first downloading to Mac.
The Notifications section was a new feature of Apple’s operating system. Users could now be notified instantly of all the events that were happening in various applications.
For example, when receiving a new email or a new message, the relevant notification was showing to the user. With a number of newer updates, the ability to convert voice commands to text was also provide in this version of the Mac OS, and with the addition of a sharing key, the platform was provide for the user, who can easily, with just one click, images, videos, Share files or links using the email app or other messengers.
Facebook and Twitter were installed on OS X 10.8 by default,
so users could send their tweets or Facebook messages without opening their browser.
The AirPlay Mirroring feature, as a new feature, made it possible to dash the Mac Display on Apple TV.
The Game Center could also bring games from iOS to Mac.
Gatekeeper protects users against external threats and prevents downloading and installing malware,
instead offering users the option to download and install apps that require them.
Users could upgrade to this Mac OS version at a mere $ 19.99.
Mavericks or OS X 10.9
With the introduction of this version of the Mac operating system in 1392,
the naming tradition based on wild cats was also abandoned,
and Apple preferred to use the name of the famous places in California,
which is the same as the state-owned headquarters of Apple Inc. .
Introducing Mavericks, Apple for the first time brought iBooks from the iPad and Maps from the iPhone to the Mac.
In this way, users could easily send routes from Mac to iPhone and vice versa.
The new tag feature allows users to categorize files with specific tags
and set the importance of labels with default colors.
The Keychain iCloud feature, which was introduced with OS X 10.9,
could encrypt files and allow users to access files when they authenticate the user without having to enter the password.
By doing a series of updates on the Fender,
this important part of the operating system supported a variety of tabs that have many applications for multi-monitor operation simultaneously.
The notifications section also now supports interactive notifications,
which means the user could send a response via notifications without opening the messenger app.
This version of the Mac operating system on the MacBook Pro was equipped with a Retina display, so the size of the operating system icons was smaller on this device. For the first time, Apple has provided the update for free to its users.
Yosemite or OS X 10.10
Apple introduced the Yosemite version of the Mac operating system in 2014,
and its appearance has been modified to match the iOS 7.
With the introduction of Yosemite, Apple officially abandoned its prominent skydiving design,
turning to the use of two-dimensional, modern, semi-transparent flat graphic elements.
Apple has been using skomorphic design for over 10 years,
so changing the appearance of Yosemite is a fundamental change in the Mac OS interface.
Along with the apparent changes,
the default font of the operating system was also changed from Lucida Grande to Neue Helvetica,
and dark and light skins were added to the operating system.
Using Continuity, users could experience the best sync between the iPhone and Mac, and even respond to their calls through the Mac.
Macs could now display SMS messages on the iPhone, and iCloud was responsible for doing so.
Next to the introduction of OS X 10.10,
Handoff was also introduce. This feature provides the user with the ability to cut off work while writing or browsing the Internet on one Apple device,
and will continue to work on another device.
The new Photos app also replaces the old iPhoto app
and collects all the images in the iCloud or iOS device in one place so that the user can easily access them.
In this version of the Mac OS, Mail Drop allows users to upload files up to 5GB safely and do not worry about email client constraints.
Finally, iCloud could support all file formats and allow access to them from any device.
El Capitan or OS X 10.11
The update of El Capitan to Yosemite was less modest. This version of the Mac operating system was introducing in 1394. El Captain had improved on Yosemite’s overall performance and security,
and brought some new features.
Split View was one of these features that could display two windows in full-screen mode.
Mission Control, which was associate with this feature, could display all open windows in one place.
Spatlight was more clever in the El Capitan than ever before, and could show the weather reports, news of the day, sports events, and so on.
The Maps app has also been improving to show the public transportation of some of America’s cities.
Metal, a new core graphics technology introduced with El Capitan. This new technology allows games and apps to directly access the Mac graphics processor to improve their performance.
El Captain was dramatically better than other versions of Mac, and the user could do his or her routine as quickly as possible without having to observe a particular problem.
With the introduction of the El Capitan update, the font of this operating system was also changing from Neue Helvetica to San Francisco.
Apple used the new font in the IOSUS 9 and WASH-OAS, and eventually brought it to the mac.
Sierra or OS X 10.12
The Sierra update was introduce during the WWDC event in 1395, and the beta version was then distributing to testers and was release to users in the fall of the year.
Sierra brought a host of new features, but most importantly, the presence of Siri’s intelligent voice assistant was in this version of the Mac OS.
Users can now access Siri through the menu bar, anywhere between the Spotlight icons and the Notifications section.
The smart voice assistant can help users search their files through audio commands,
receive useful information such as weather, news, etc., or even search the Internet,
and can also result in results. Search in the Notifications section.
Another change to the Sierra update was the Universal Keyboard. This feature allows the user to start writing text on one of the Apple devices and continue to write on other devices.
Other features of Sierra include:
ICloud Desktop and Documents app to sync all the data between the Mac and cloud memory, Auto Unlock feature to unlock MacOS account with Apple Watch and Apple’s ability to surf the web.
The Photos app has also been updating and adding to the Memories feature that can collect excerpts of user-select images and videos in a collection.
More than 60 security issues were resolve by offering Sierra update.
Sierra or OS X 10.13
Apple introduced MacOS High Sierra during the annual WWDC event. This version was an update to the Sierra version,
which was again inspiring by the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California.
The Apple File System was add to the Mac in this version to better manage data and improve overall performance and performance. New industrial standards for 4K videos and the HEVC or H.265 codec were also add to the Mac OS.
Metal 2 was also introduce at the same conference to enhance Mac graphics capabilities, and developers can create virtual reality experiences on Mac for the first time.
The Photos app has also been updated to provide users
with a range of advanced image editing tools to make it easier to search through organized images and videos.
Safari became faster in High Sierra and added new security features so that Internet advertising could not monitor user data.
Safari in this version of Mac could prevent the automatic playback of video
and audio files so users can enjoy better web browsing.
Among other features of this release are the improvements to Siri and Spatlight. This update was also free of charge to users.
MoHaWi or OS X 10.14
Apple recently unveiled the latest version of Mac operating system called Mojave.
The most prominent feature of this version is the black shell of the operating system,
which replaces the white appearance of the various components
with a dark shell and gives a very nice appearance to the operating system environment.
Dynamic Desktop or Dynamic Desktop is another new feature of Mojave,
which makes the desktop look a bit different during the day, in the morning, afternoon and evening.
Desktop Stacks is another feature that is adding to the Mac OS.
This feature organizes the MacOS environment by categorizing desktop content based on content type, date, or tags.
The Gallery View feature also features new features that allow the user to view the content in a similar fashion to Photos,
along with the corresponding metadata display on the second side.
According to the new macOS version, the user can rotate the images inside the toolbar, or make initial modifications. Put them on.
The screen saver has also been featuring in this release,
and now the user can also take screenshots from the operating system environment
in addition to providing screenshots from various sections.
The Continuity feature, which exist in the previous versions, has now become more complete and has been adding a part call Continuity Camera that can share the camera with Mac and vice versa.
In the Mac OS version of the Mac, the Mac OS also has been updating and has undergone significant changes.
This software store now uses the IUST design elements to integrate with the mobile operating system.
This update is release free of charge this fall but does not support Mac devices that were built before 2012.