Why bother? You'll probably hear about macOS 14 in June at WWDC. Oh year...click bait...I get it.
Is there actually gonna be a 10.14 this year as I don't recall seeing anybody mentioning 10.14 beta sighting in web logs...
Because since @jclo is a staff member, he's been dehumanized in some people's minds, and they feel they can treat him like trash. You see it in the way people treat cashiers when they're unhappy with a purchase, for example. In short: I need a drink.I don't know why people are being rude about this, it's clearly mentioned in the title you're looking for wishlists.
I think it can be a fun discussion so I'll start, I'm hoping to hear more ideas!
#1 Stability and performance: They mentioned they'd focus on that so that one is realistic and IMO the most important thing in an OS even though I don't have major issues using HS.
#2 Marzipan: I'm slowly entering the world of iOS and I'd be really happy to use the same apps on my Mac. As a software developer I'd also be tempted to develop one of the first macOS/iOS apps!
#3 Redesign: I love the current design but the look of the WWDC invitation made me dream. I'd be nice to see a unified iOS/macOS UI using that look.
3. Replace Safari with Firefox. I know this one's really "out there", but Safari has been quite unstable for me, and while Firefox has been a CPU and memory hog in the past, it has improved significantly in recent months. Safari has become a pain to use for me, due to various glitches that don't seem to have any resolution.
Yeah, but I really don't think they should bother including Safari at all anymore. It has become a sort of backward, buggy, slow-updating mess over the years, and really should just be disposed of. They could replace WebKit with Google's Blink, though. That would also fix most of Safari's issues.Can't you do that yourself in preferences?