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Mac OS X turns 10 today

Posted on Thursday, March 24 2011 @ 21:45:18 CET by


Apple's Mac OS X operating system celebrates its tenth anniversary today, but BetaNews remembers the OS was born prematurely as the first edition lacked a lot of basic features:
I got a bad reputation among over-zealous Mac fans for writing stories like this one, on March 7, 2001, for CNET News.com: "Mac OS X code released, despite missing features." I observed that Mac OS X would ship without support for basic features like DVD drives and laptop sleep mode. Mac OS X 10.0 didn't fully support Apple's own hardware and took away features that Mac users had in v9.x.

The follow-up story was more explicit: Mac OS X 10.0 "will not support CD-rewritable, DVD or DVD-recording drives" -- even though movie making was a longstanding Mac selling point and Apple had included CD burning in iTunes. I later learned that the new operating system also had problems with external storage devices, too, as Apple hadn't yet made APIs available to developers.

Mac OS X also lacked major developer application support -- for three reasons...



 



 

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