Apple has posted the OS X Yosemite video that was shown during the WWDC 2014 Keynote. The video highlights some of the design changes and new features of the operating system, due to publicly debut in the fall.
Covering the changes to the dock and icons along with showing off Yosemite’s translucency, the video also highlights AirDrop, Finder, Messages, and Notification Center, giving an overall view of the revamped OS.
Yosemite features significant changes in its interface, focusing on a flatter, more modern look, plus much deeper integration with Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 8, including Handoff, the ability to make and receive phone calls and SMS messages, and Instant Hotspot.
Apple has also updated numerous apps in OS X Yosemite, including Mail, Safari, Notification Center (widgets!), and Spotlight.