Basically, after Apple releases the new OS X to the public this fall, using a Mac should remind you more and more of using an iPhone or iPad.
But it's not just a facelift. Some of the most exciting updates involve adding features your iPhone already has. OS X is the most phone-savvy desktop operating system today: Macs can now make and answer calls and send text messages straight from the computer with any of your contacts -- even if they're using devices running Android, Windows or Blackberry.
A new Notification Center -- yep, just like the one on your iPhone or iPad -- lets you take a quick look what's happening in all your programs.
Apple's presentation also gave us our first look at a new Dropbox-like system for storing files online called iCloud Drive, which lets people organize documents by folders and tags and synchronize them across iOS and Windows devices.
Source: huffingtonpost.com By Taylor Casti