Ars Technica:

When it comes to OS X, many people are suffering from the end-of-history illusion: the belief that while the Mac platform has consistently experienced significant enhancements in the past, it will somehow not continue to grow and mature in the future.

So let’s readjust our perspective. Perhaps the first seven big-cat releases were OS X’s early childhood: birth, potty training, learning to walk and talk, and so on, culminating in some form of self-actualization.

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