“For the most part the updates to OS X have been good, but sometimes we lament that a particular feature was removed or that Apple has a new implementation of a feature we liked the way it was,” E. Werner Reschke writes for T-GAAP. “But the most glaring criticism over the past couple years has been the move away from a rich and deep look to a more flat and, what critics call, ‘cartoony’ look.”
“For those readers who remember the days before OS X — OS 9, 8.5. 8 and the dreadful, crash-prone 7 series — OS X is a godsend. The stability and security OS X has brought to the Mac platform is undeniable,” Reschke writes. “That said, nothing is perfect in this world, so even OS X can use some improvements. Here is our list of improvements for OS X’s next release we hope to see previewed at next month’s WWDC 2015.”
2. Depth Control
3. Background Window Blur
5. Better integration with iOS
6. New Sounds
7. Server Syncing
8. Return Desktop Number Indicator
Each of the eight issues above dicsussed in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: 9. Rock solid Wi-Fi connectivity.