WWDC: Apple Versus Microsoft
During its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, Apple introduced a brand new, rebranded version of its desktop software for MacBooks, called MacOS.
While MacBooks typically run on OS X, Apple has rebranded the name of its OS to fit into its other software (including iOS and watchOS). Beyond the new name, however, the Cupertino, Calif.-based company showed off several new features on MacOS' new version and successor to El Capitan -- Sierra.
With MacOS Sierra, Apple takes several pages from Microsoft's book, and more closely competes with the enterprise-focused Windows 10. Following are five features on MacOS Sierra, which will be available to users in the fall, that put the two desktop operating systems head to head.