Who invented the Apple operating systems?
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It depends what you mean by system. If you mean an operating system, (OS) its what a computer uses to run/display things. Microsoft make lots of operating systems such as: Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista and other old versions. Apple also make operating systems for their Macs (Computers) and IPhones. Mobiles and other devices also have operating systems.
The operating system used on Macintosh computers is written primarily by the programers at Apple. However they incorporate innovations from outside Apple such as 'Cover Flow' which were popular with Macintosh users. The original operating systems upon which the latest versions of the Apple operating system are based are 'NEXTSTEP/OPENSTEP.' and 'BSD,' which is a derivative of 'UNIX.'
You would need to become a software engineer I would think and if you wanted to work on operating systems, there are few choices between Microsoft, Apple and IBM systems. these are the companies that develop operating systems. Other companies develop applications for people to use which are not the same thing as operating systems. In that case you would need to be a programmer if you want to develop applications.
When purchase brand new from Apple, the operating system is called OS X 10.8.2. Apple recently changed the official name for the Macintosh operating system's name from "Mac OS X" to just "OS X." If the machine was not purchased "brand new" there can be many operating systems running the Apple Macintosh including Microsoft's Windows series of OS's as well as flavors of Linux.
The main operating systems today are designed by software engineers working at various technology companies. You're probably familiar with Apple and Microsoft on home computers. Red Hat, Oracle, and IBM also produce operating systems used in various commercial and industrial settings. Apple, Microsoft, Google, RIM, and Symbian are the big OS developers on smart phones. There is no requirement that operating systems be made by a team of software engineers at a big company or…
An operating system (or OS) is the piece of software that allows your computer's hardware to have a software interface. Examples of operating systems include Microsoft Windows 7, Apple OS X Lion, and even Android, Linux, and iOS. Without the operating system, a computer would boot to bios and be stuck there for all eternity.