iPhone Teaches Mac a Thing or Two

The Mac came first, but the iPhone and iPad are at the top of the consumer technology mountain. The apple mobile devices sales success is due to the hardware and OS itself. Apple achievement depends upon how well Apple develops, connects and allocates its entire hardware and software ecosystem.

Once the apple announced its next generation of Mac OS X for free, it’s not playing the free card. Apple is uniting the Mac into the ecosystem developing the strategy in the best possible way. OS advancement.

However the difficulties is not just of the because of the price .It creates the difficulties because of the ecosystem is hard to understand for the consumers and when it’s time for improvement, the aims and the how’s costs are a pain to figure out. Not so with apple The Company had created one hurdle for the consumer by purchasing the hardware at a premium price in Cupertino.

How? Free OS improvements for the new features. It’s the widest world  app which can buy through the simple apple ID account.

Remember the old days of purchasing and installing the apps before apple app store? You had to use the hectic license code. Upgrades are with the error, often different, and costly in ways that were hard to foretell.

All of this confusion was not transferred to the iPhone and iPad world.

Many times you got sheltered with your own apps. What happens if you needed to install an application which is more than in one computing device? Would you pay more or will purchase the different version??

At the time apple introduced Mac App store, it spread out of the hastiness but one problem which was lingering is that the cost of Mac OS X.  By 2001 the cost of the Mac OS X boxed edition cost is about US$129.                

Apple subsequently, cut down the price of the cost of Lion in 2011 to $29.99 and in 2012 they poked Mountain lion down to $ 19.99. Settled some of the issues with the price had to do with accounting perform. In the 2013 apple is no longer upgrading the OS X.

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