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Apple Changes OS Font for First Time Since 2001

Among the many enhancements to be featured in Apple’s forthcoming Yosemite operating system, the Mac world has focused its opinions on the change in font that will come later this fall. After 13 years of using Lucida Grande, Apple has decided to switch to the iconic Helvetica Neue script to bring uniformity across its product line. Seamless integration between all Apple devices was something Tim Cook stressed during his keynote speech at yesterday’s WWDC in San Francisco, so it only makes sense to mirror their appearances as much as possible. For the Mac users out there, what are your thoughts on this change? What Yosemite feature are you looking forward to the most?

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