Mac OS X 10.7 might debut at WWDC 2011 with a “Revolutionary Feature”

ComputerWorld (Beware annoying ads in that link) is reporting that Apple has posted an ad looking for a new member of the Mac OS X Dev team that has intense experience with HTTP.

It is now being theorized that due to the lack of OS X coverage in this year’s WWDC, 2011 will be the year of 10.7 and Apple’s full out war with Google. That is all hearsay and speculation, but I must say that it has stoked my fire. I am looking forward to seeing what Apple has in store for us in the next year, and I think it is a safe bet to say that Steve isn’t taking Google’s Chrome browser and OS very lightly.

I’m now pondering what could possibly make Mac OS X substantially better. Nothing is jumping to mind as far as missing features go. If you have any theories about what Apple’s next move is, please take a moment to drop us a note in the comment section of this post. We love to hear what you have to say.

Article Via Cult of Mac

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