digitalclips wrote: »
Oh thank god you said that... I thought it was age making things go faster!
I've kept up with each of them since and has a wild ride.
I love FaceTime audio. Really cool talking to someone on their iPad while they browse. Sound quality was surreally good.
Can't wait to try it out on my Mac.
I can 99.99% guarantee you that there will be more than 10.9.2. The dot dot updates are maintenance updates and why Apple would not go past 10.9.2 is just plain silly to think.
Yeah, historically Apple has had anywhere from about 4 to maybe 8 or so updates per major release. I don't know why people think that they only need 1 update. That's just really silly.
Unless you have intimate knowledge of Apple's roadmap, you cannot guarantee anything (keyword being guarantee). What Apple has historically done is not a guarantee of future actions. Apple is known to change strategy / release schedules.
Actually Apple has been on a yearly major OS release schedule and they've been keeping that for the last few years and I don't know if that's going to change. In order to keep that schedule, they need to focus on what improvements/changes to meet that schedule as best as they can, but they have been consistent with a yearly schedule for several years and that's their current roadmap. As far as updates, it ranges between 4 and 8 updates per major OS X release. With Mavericks, it wouldn't surprise me if they had 4 updates, but they try to clean up the most critical things as quickly as possible.
It's impossible for ANY OS developer to test every conceivable scenario since there are tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of apps,tons of third party hardware and endless combinations. At least we don't have tons of driver problems like some of the other OS's have.