Today, Apple is a huge player in the consumer electronics business, having just recentlypassed the market values of Inteland Microsoft combined. But in the late ’90s, Apple wasn’t nearly the juggernaut that it is today. Users began to lose confidence in the company as it struggled to come up with a next-generation OS to replace the ailing Mac OS 9. Finally, at WWDC 1998, Mac OS X was announced. It would turn out to be instrumental in putting Apple back into the hearts and minds of users. Since the release of Lion is just a month away, we thought we’d take a look back at the last 10 years of OS X.
Click to see how OSX has changed over its lifespan..