Apple’s upcoming iBooks and Mac OS X Yosemite release will be made with a new design language and new technology, as it moves closer to its expected July 29, 2018, release.
The new “Warp” design language has been a long time in the making, but Apple says it will be used on Mac OS 9.3 Yosemite.
The new “warp” will have a much lighter and easier-to-read display than its predecessor, according to AppleInsider.
Apple has not revealed details about what the new “warps” will look like, but we can speculate that the new design will be more comfortable and light-weight than its predecessors.
It will be much more compact and slim, with thinner bezels and a lighter, lighter feel to it.
The “wars” will also have a larger display, which will be easier to read and use in a laptop or desk.
There is still no word on when the new iBooks or Mac OS Yosemite will be available, but there is a strong possibility that they will be out in the first half of the year.
The iPad mini, iPad Air, and iPad mini 2 are currently available to purchase from Apple’s online store, and Apple’s App Store is currently the only place you can buy new iPad and Mac computers.