Apple will no doubt discuss the next iteration of its OS X computing platform during WWDC 2013. The developer conference kicks off on June 10 where we’re already hearing that a new MacBook Air and a new MacBook Pro may make their debut. Now 9to5Mac says that Apple will also scoop out some details on OS X 10.9 “Cabernet.” We expect that to happen, too, as our own analytics show that readers are accessing the site running 10.9 already.
The news outlet says it has learned that OS X will add new features that mimic those on iOS, just as Mountain Lion added several features such as message sync, Game Center and more. New features include a revamped multi-tasking system that “pauses” applications as it does in iOS, Siri support and real support for multiple applications running in full-screen on different monitors.
OS X 10.9 will launch this summer, 9to5Mac said, though it’s still unclear what the final official name is. We’ll keep you up with all of the WWDC news on June 10.