Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Mac OS X El Capitan Force Touch Made Available by Apple

A week ago Apple released the first beta of new OS X El Capitan operating system for Mac users along with the next OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite beta 5. Both versions of software are available to developers who are testing them now and reporting some curious facts about the changes in OS X platform. OS X El Capitan Force Touch is one of the interesting features added to the system.

According to devs, Apple introduced Force Touch gestures to OS X software’s Safari (the company earlier added this option to its new line of Apple Watch devices). These gestures can be used by web developers. As a result, users should be able to enjoy better functionality and improved apps in the future because Force Touch allows sites to assign different actions to pages and applications for greater web experience.

How can this change Mac’s owner life? Thanks to OS X El Capitan Force Touch possibilities users could get the very-fast tweets option or opportunity to easily star tunes and songs in their music player. These are just the examples of what web developers can do thanks to the new option.

Experts explain that the updated feature can help creating shortcuts to the options and menus on the sites that were previously hidden or add extra pages with animations and other great things users will like having. Better browsing experience can help Safari to become more popular and get new users and fans.

Force Touch gestures OS X addition won’t be present on all the devices. Only users who have gadgets with Force Touch would enjoy the changes. This can include MacBook Pro with Retina display and the latest MacBook model. The Cupertino-based company might also include the new option into its upcoming iPhone 6S Plus, MacBook Air and Magic Trackpad for Mac computers products.

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