Friday, February 17, 2012

Apple Mountain Lion Seeks to Knit Together Its Products - NYTimes.com

This dynamic represents the biggest threat to Wintel PC market business-as-usual in more than 20 years

With the next version of Apple’s OS X operating system for its Mac computers, the company has one clear message: If you’re going to buy one Apple product, you might as well keep buying more.

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When users first start up Mountain Lion, they are asked to enter their iCloud credentials. This way, content like notes, messages and event reminders can be easily shared between multiple Apple devices. For example, if a user jots something down in the Notes app on an iPhone or iPad, that same note will appear in the Notes app in Mountain Lion on a Mac.

Apple Mountain Lion Seeks to Knit Together Its Products - NYTimes.com

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