Are you just getting to grips with iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan, because Apple has now shifted a huge percentage of its software engineering resource to its next mobile and desktop operating systems? Development of software engineering resource has already started to increase for iOS 10 and OS X 10.12, as a smaller team is only needed to keep the current versions updated.
We know it was only a matter of time before Apple moved a huge chunk of its resources over to iOS 10 and Fuji, which 9To5 Mac says is the codename for the next Mac OS. Don’t expect any updates to be shared any time soon, as it’s still early days, although this is a milestone event for Apple.
There is not much more we can really tell you, although users of both platforms hope that Apple will speed up the UI, and do more Metal rendering. They also feel that animation timers need to decrease, and make the interface feel lighter.
However, there is a general consensus that Apple needs to make these 2016 iOS and Mac OS updates revolutionary, rather than evolutionary – that’s just wishful thinking though.
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