Apple's Mac OS X goes Arabic with Jaguar
Apple recently released the latest version of the Mac OS X series, the 'Jaguar', for the Middle East. The new release incorporates over 150 new features and applications, many of which are custom-made for the Middle East's users.
“Apple's Jaguar has been made with the Arab consumer in mind as it is possible to receive and send e-mails in Arabic and browse Arabic web sites. The new operating system also includes an Arabic –friendly search engine, which will be very useful to computers users in the region. Such wonderful features are sure to impress Apple's Middle Eastern clientele as well as non-Mac users”. Said Layth Sibai, localization manager of Arab Business Machine Ltd. (ABM).
These features brought to the Middle East by Jaguar supporting Arabic language applications, includes an enhanced mail application with a filter to eliminate junk mail, an AOL-compatible instant messaging client, an address book for all contacts and a search engine.
Arab Business Machine Ltd. (ABM) was established in 1986, specifically to cater for the Arab market. ABM have a large distribution network all over the Middle East, and represents major brands, such as Apple, Macromedia, ForMac and Iomega. — (menareport.com)
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