Now that the OS X Yosemite is available, and the upgrade can be picked up through the iTunes Store, the reviews can begin. However, many have begun asking “What’s so new, or exciting about Yosemite?”

The question has become increasingly simple to answer as more details have become clear about the OS. OS X Yosemite is available for download and will cost absolutely nothing. Though, the concept worried a lot of Apple-fanatics. It concerned many that Apple would reduce its operating system from the large, and heavy, disc-loaded, upgrade, or do something as simple as a download from the App Store.

New UI

As it turns out, it’s a great idea. OS X Yosemite comes with an overhaul from the style perspective. It will look a little different, but mainly feel significantly different, in how things are setup and laid out. The genius behind the OS, while other operating systems are trying to be the same as your smartphone, is that OS X simply functions better with your wireless devices like smartphones and tablets. That’s not just in theory, either, because the release does that perfectly in real world practice as well.

OS X 10.10 Yosemite Desktop and Notifications

Syncs iPhone, iPad and Mac

Probably, the coolest new feature is that users can sync anything they’re doing between all of their iDevices. That means your iPad, iPhone, and iMac will all work in synchrony. It doesn’t matter if you’re sending an email, making a call, or sending a text message. That’s right; you’ll even be able to send and receive text messages from a Mac running OS X Yosemite.

OS X Yosemite syncs iPhone

New Safari Browser

However, it won’t just look different, feel different, and be able to synchronize between all of your devices. Perhaps the most rewarding and frustration-driven answer Apple gave users with the most recent update was the new Safari browser. It probably wouldn’t be a stretch to say that the intelligent people at Apple were sick of their users instantly ditching their own browser for another browser, which was way faster.

Serious changes have been brought to Safari. The browsing experience is 6 times faster, and that’s not even an exaggeration. Loading pages happens quickly, and flawlessly, and users are given a quick, and easy options that they’re always looking for. In that sense, it feels like you’re browsing mobily, with how connective, and well-functioning the new browser is.

OS X 10.10 Yosemite Launchpad

These though are just a few of the best upgrades. If you want to experience all of these things we advise on upgrading your current Mac to the latest edition of OS X, so you can get all of the use and function out of your iDevices.