Macs with Apple’s OS X 10.6 Mountain Lion have long been popular, but the latest version of the OS has quickly overtaken the Mac Pro as the best-selling computer in the world.
More: For the first time ever, Apple is offering a new version of its Mac operating system for new Macs.
The Mountain Lion upgrade will replace OS X Mountain Lion 10.5 Yosemite and Mac OS 10.11 El Capitan with a new operating system that will arrive on the Apple retail stores in September.
It will also include new features like a new user interface, which will allow users to quickly navigate through the various apps, and more.
Macs in the Apple Store in September: Apple has been releasing new versions of its OS X operating system regularly for years, but Mountain Lion marks the first major OS upgrade in many years that it is not just incremental, Apple said.
“We wanted to update Macs in September to provide new features and features we’ve never done before, which is really exciting,” Steve Jobs, the Apple CEO, said during an Apple event in San Francisco.
“It’s going to be a very exciting year for Macs.”
The new OS is likely to add a few more features and functionality to the Mac lineup, like a better trackpad, new video and music players and more powerful graphics and memory.
It will also add new features for the Apple Watch and a new Apple TV device.