OS X El Capitan release date revealed by Apple in iPhone 6s presentation

While it wasn’t an official announcement, like everything we’ve seen today, those who paid close attention to the presentation managed to acknowledge the OS X El Capitan release date. Yesterday was all about the Apple Watch, Apple TV, iPad Pro, and iPhone 6s/iPhone 6s Plus, but, with the occasion of one particular demo (3D Touch on the new iPhones), Apple made a silent announcement as far as the OS X El Capitan release date is concerned.

September 30 is the date to circle in your calendar. An email (for demo purposes, but still) from Phil Schiller — to Craig Federighi — says “The El Capitan ship date is September 30” (as seen in the screenshot above).

As a reminder, OS X El Capitan will be offered as a free upgrade when it lands (looks like on September 30), and will bring several features, including increased performance, the ability to pin sites in Safari, and multitasking functionality with Split View that will allow users to display two applications at the same time, on the same screen.

Via: Cult Of Mac

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