Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook kicked off the company's annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) on Monday, by announcing the latest version of its Macintosh operating system, OS X "Mavericks". The new OS can now handle multiple display and "tagging" of documents, among other new features.
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Cook told the audience of developers at the Moscone Center in San Francisco that its app store now has 900,000 apps, which have been downloaded a total of 50 billion times.
Apple's hardware also got a refresh with newly redesigned MacBook Air laptops and Mac Pro desktops unveiled to the eager crowd.
Marketing chief Phil Schiller offered the audience a sneak peek at Apple's upcoming new Mac Pro - its top-of-the-line computer with a sleek cylindrical chassis that he said will feature several times the processing and memory speed and power of the previous generation.
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