Washington, June 11(ANI): Software giant Apple unveiled its new range of MacBook Airs with better battery life, a fresh look incorporated to the iPhones with the new OS and other tweaks to the existing softwares at the company's Worldwide Developer Conference.
Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the new range of the Mac series computers, which promise a battery life up to 12 hours for the 13-inch model which will be available later this year.
According to Fox News, the company also unveiled new software OS X Mavericks, which would help users to tag their data as per category. For example, one can tag a document as 'important' or 'movies' for easier search.
Maverick software will also be compatible for multi screen usage and TV connected via Apple Airplay can also function as one of those screens.
According to the report, Apple has tweaked the look of iPhones, iPads, and ipods with the launch of the new iOS 7, which is aimed at 'simplicity' and 'consistency' in the overall appearance of the screen.
iOS 7 is aimed at providing a unified look to the system by bringing order to complexity.
Despite the tweaks, the company might risk alienating long time users of the OS, the report added. (ANI)