China is Apple’s second-most important market, and during the WWDC keynote, Apple introduced new Chinese-specific features to OS X Mountain Lion, including a new Chinese dictionary, new Chinese fonts, improved input methods for Chinese characters, along with support for Chinese search engine Baidu and other Chinese social networks.
This is the first time Apple bringing Chinese-specific features for Chinese OSX users, and with the new features for China, Mountain Lion will cater to Chinese users more than any other OS X version. Check out the gallery below for all the screenshots of the new Chinese-specific features on Mountain Lion:
We actually think OS X Mountain Lion will be big in China. Why? Typing Chinese on a Mac has always been a problem for some Chinese OSX users, and now Apple has beefed up support for writing in Chinese, with an improved dictionary and text entry. Next, China’s most used online search engine, Baidu, is now built in to Safari. Lastly, Mail, Contacts and Calendar now work with popular Chinese services such as QQ, 163 and 126. Well, with these new Chinese-specific features, we think some Chinese OSX users will forget about the idea of installing Windows on their Macs.
You can read more about OS X Mountain Lion’s features for China on the source link below.
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