Major updates of OS X Mountain Lion


OS X Mountain Lion is released, and it could be downloaded from Mac App Store On July, for $19.99. Compared to the Mac OS X Lion, OS X Mountain Lion added lots of great features from iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.


iCloud: OS X Mountain Lion can achieve data synchronization among Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. When you modify a file on your Mac, it also happens on your iOS devices, and then all data will be stored in the last updated state. iCloud is very simple to use, if your devices support iCloud, you just need to enter into your Apple ID and it will automatically help you achieve all data synchronization.


Reminder: This feature makes users not to miss anything. If you added something on the reminder list, it will remind you when it reaches the time, so users could add daily schedule into the list to arrange their daily life in order. Reminder supports for iCloud, so you can get reminds by your mobile phone.


Notes:Users can add photos, images and attachments to Notes at any time, and the files on Notes can be shared by others via email. Notes work with iCloud, so when you add a note to your Mac, you still can view and modify it on the iOS 5 devices.


iMessege: It allows Mac send and receives messages on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch running iOS 5. With iMessage, you can send photos, images, videos, documents, contacts and even group messages to others.


Notification center: Users can easily get news when Mac receive new messages or software update news. You can set a location for notice display to make all notice will be displayed in the same place, so you don't need to worry about the variety of notification information taking much space on the desktop. If you have any notice, the notification center will make you know instantly.


PowerNap: It will keep complete data synchronization when Mac stays in the sleep state. When Mac is connected to a power source, it downloads software updates and make backups with Time Machine.


Airplay: If your Mac and Apple TV are in a same wireless LAN, then the Airplay icon will appear on the right of the taskbar of your Mac. By clicking the icon you can make the contents of your Mac played on HDTV. And then you can make your presentations and share things very easily.


Gatekeeper: It helps protect users download and use security software to avoid malicious software attacking your Mac. With the controlling of Gatekeeper, you can casually download and use various Mac apps.


OS X Mountain Lion is an entirely new operation system after Steve Jobs' death. The new updates features have drawn the worldwide attention. The new OS X Mountain Lion may cause a new boom of Apple computer usage.