“I’m not feeling a lot of love for OS X El Capitan out there,” Jason Snell writes for Macworld. “That might not be surprising, given that it’s firmly in the tradition of Mountain Lion and Snow Leopard new-feature-light, speed-and-stability-focused OS X updates.”
“I’ve heard from many Mac users who have been frustrated by bugs they’ve in countered in Mavericks and Yosemite. Apple’s upgrade cycle, providing a new version of OS X and iOS (and now maybe watchOS, too?) every single year, seems relentless,” Snell writes. “It’s probably wise for the company to ease back to more of a tick-tock approach, with a major release followed by a year of retrenchment and focus on refining the new stuff that’s been added in recent years.”
Snell writes, “Let me present to you six reasons to be excited about what’s coming in El Capitan.”
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