Mac OS and Apple’s operating systems are at the heart of the company’s strategy.
With an increasing focus on the web and mobile, they’re also the bedrock of Apple’s profits.
But the Mac is also being increasingly challenged by more modern and emerging operating systems.
For the past several years, the company has been working with companies to develop an operating system that can run on any Mac, not just the latest models.
These operating systems include Windows, Linux, Ubuntu, and even a new version of Apple TV.
The new operating systems will also be compatible with Apple’s Mac hardware, allowing users to run their devices from their home or office, without having to buy a separate Mac.
But even though these operating systems won’t replace the Macs, they could change the way people work.
Here’s a look at the Mac operating systems that are currently in use: Windows: Windows 8.1 (2016)