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Announcing WWDC 2017


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  • Apple’s developer community will come together at WWDC 2017 in San Jose, California from June 5 to 9 to learn about the future of Apple platforms and connect with thousands of developers from all around the world.

In addition to the activities planned for conference attendees, a variety of other exciting developer events will take place throughout the city.



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If the "list" continues, this year we'll see a good version of macOS.

 

I have the following experiences with OS X on my personal Hackintosh life.

  • OS X Leopard - Bad
  • OS X Snow Leopard - Good/Excellent  :D 
  • OS X Lion - Bad
  • OS X Mountain Lion - Meh..
  • OS X Mavericks - Very good:wub:
  • OS X Yosemite -  :sick:
  • OS X El Capitan - Current using it, hmm, it's good  ^_^
  • macOS Sierra - Get off!
  • new macOS - Please Apple... :wink_anim:

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If the "list" continues, this year we'll see a good version of macOS.

 

I have the following experiences with OS X on my personal Hackintosh life.

  • OS X Leopard - Bad
  • OS X Snow Leopard - Good/Excellent  :D 
  • OS X Lion - Bad
  • OS X Mountain Lion - Meh..
  • OS X Mavericks - Very good:wub:
  • OS X Yosemite -  :sick:
  • OS X El Capitan - Current using it, hmm, it's good  ^_^
  • macOS Sierra - Get off!
  • new macOS - Please Apple... :wink_anim:

 

Anyway it's good to see that there's almost no new annoying restrictions under macOS Sierra.  :P

// I thought that I should say this one year ago.  :D

IMHO Yosemite is amazing, Continuity, new UI, etc...

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If the "list" continues, this year we'll see a good version of macOS.

 

I have the following experiences with OS X on my personal Hackintosh life.

  • OS X Leopard - Bad
  • OS X Snow Leopard - Good/Excellent  :D 
  • OS X Lion - Bad
  • OS X Mountain Lion - Meh..
  • OS X Mavericks - Very good:wub:
  • OS X Yosemite -  :sick:
  • OS X El Capitan - Current using it, hmm, it's good  ^_^
  • macOS Sierra - Get off!
  • new macOS - Please Apple... :wink_anim:

 

snow leopard  is very good, i have one here with Gigabyte GA 945gm s2 / Core2Duo E4500 and GMA 950

 

THE GOOD TIMES

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Looking forward (my Features Wishlist) for MacOS

- SystemWide Dark/Light Theme.

- Custom Transparency Option with a slider for % (menubar,etc)

- Native NTFS Read & Write Support.

- The New Apple File System APFS

- Gaming Enhancements (Vulkan Support,etc)

- Update some Old System Apps with new Design (plenty there).

- The new TV App

- Preview (why not open directly on Photos with a Preview Window and edit options and completely remove Preview App)

- Mail : newer design & icon,some new features appreciated

- Safari: Features are always a welcome.

- Siri: Like always some new capabilities.

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Looking forward (my Features Wishlist) for MacOS

- SystemWide Dark/Light Theme.

- Custom Transparency Option with a slider for % (menubar,etc)

- Native NTFS Read & Write Support.

- The New Apple File System APFS

- Gaming Enhancements (Vulkan Support,etc)

- Update some Old System Apps with new Design (plenty there).

- The new TV App

- Preview (why not open directly on Photos with a Preview Window and edit options and completely remove Preview App)

- Mail : newer design & icon,some new features appreciated

- Safari: Features are always a welcome.

- Siri: Like always some new capabilities.

you dream big to bad apple doesnt 

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Looking forward (my Features Wishlist) for MacOS

- SystemWide Dark/Light Theme.

- Custom Transparency Option with a slider for % (menubar,etc)

- Native NTFS Read & Write Support.

- The New Apple File System APFS

- Gaming Enhancements (Vulkan Support,etc)

- Update some Old System Apps with new Design (plenty there).

- The new TV App

- Preview (why not open directly on Photos with a Preview Window and edit options and completely remove Preview App)

- Mail : newer design & icon,some new features appreciated

- Safari: Features are always a welcome.

- Siri: Like always some new capabilities.

It seems that native NTFS RW has been supported already? Some command can do that?

IMHO. APFS will be implemented in the next macOS Sierra like 10.12.4 or 10.12.5.

:lol:

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you dream big to bad apple doesnt 

 

Im not dreaming,im just saying something that is absolutely possible and about to happen (at least 40% of them should happen.)

 

It seems that native NTFS RW has been supported already? Some command can do that?

IMHO. APFS will be implemented in the next macOS Sierra like 10.12.4 or 10.12.5.

:lol:

 

Native i meant : Being able at disk utility -  format a USB Drive or Whatever it is as NTFS,Read & Write without having to use a single Command or Third Party Program. Thats what i call native.

About APFS: The Sooner the better.great to hear that but im not sure about that.i think it will come with next MacOS since they might hold that for like one of their main news to the OS.

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Im not dreaming,im just saying something that is absolutely possible and about to happen (at least 40% of them should happen.)

 

 

Native i meant : Being able at disk utility -  format a USB Drive or Whatever it is as NTFS,Read & Write without having to use a single Command or Third Party Program. Thats what i call native.

About APFS: The Sooner the better.great to hear that but im not sure about that.i think it will come with next MacOS since they might hold that for like one of their main news to the OS.

:lol:

I think APFS is introduced in macOS Sierra and it can be fully implemented under Sierra  :)

Just keep your own mind  :yes:

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my whishlist

 

1)  new graphics card support (AMD & NVIDIA)

2)  CPU support (Xeon V3/V4)

3)  memory limit in 2017 ("only" 192 Gb in sierra?)

4)  a new management

 

maybe you can reverse this whishlist order

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ii {censored} hate sierra- it's soo freaking unstable and broken that it feels like a experimental rolling release.

Apple's macOS to do list for 2017:

 

  • dump system log & syslog, so we can put new marketing headlines like "unified logging API". Who {censored}in cares about the 90% of macOS subsystem BSD/*NIX? Those subsystems simply have to learn our new logging api out of the box, right? No? {censored} it,
  • deprecate deprecate deprecate!
  • dump random subsystem and reinvent it with new cool API marketing name
  • add more deprecation warnings into random clang version!
  • we want our {censored}tarded toolchain instead of one that works!
  • forget about our own subsystem (which we deprecated ourselves partially) and deprecate even more!
  • lets pretend that Darwin merges with BSD magically on it's own
  • lets put some new API into it that nobody hears about since even our own people don't have the docs (probably deprecated themself)
  • lets add another security feat, how about read-only / mount?

I hope apple will sometime look into it's source base since Darwin sources starts to look like a swiss cheese..

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Подготовка к выпуску MP-2017-2019 :welcomeani: 

OS X на моей личной жизни Hackintosh.

 

  • OS X Leopard - ?
  • OS X Snow Leopard -  Хороший
  • OS X Lion -  Хорошо
  • OS X Mountain Lion -  Очень   хороший
  • OS X Mavericks -   Хорошо
  • OS X Йосемити -  Хорошо
  • OS X El Capitan -  Хорошо
  • Macos Sierra -  Очень   хороший
  • новый MacOS - Пожалуйста, Apple, ... 

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If the "list" continues, this year we'll see a good version of macOS.

 

I have the following experiences with OS X on my personal Hackintosh life.

  • OS X Leopard - Bad
  • OS X Snow Leopard - Good/Excellent  :D 
  • OS X Lion - Bad
  • OS X Mountain Lion - Meh..
  • OS X Mavericks - Very good:wub:
  • OS X Yosemite -  :sick:
  • OS X El Capitan - Current using it, hmm, it's good  ^_^
  • macOS Sierra - Get off!
  • new macOS - Please Apple... :wink_anim:

 

 

Hehe, same experience for me (and no big difference if you use these OS on a hack or "real" mac) ... so lets hope you are right here.

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PS: my wishlist for next macOS:

  • more stability
  • more stability
  • better performance
  • NVIDIA Pascal support OOTB (!!!)
  • built in FakeSMC (OK, just kidding)
  • did I say "more stability" already?

Screw that damn useless new "features", get the basics right first!

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Hehe, same experience for me (and no big difference if you use these OS on a hack or "real" mac) ... so lets hope you are right here.

OS X El Cap rocks!! Per hour hehe  :lol:   :P

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