While iOS 7 was expected to be the star of Apple’s WWDC this year, it wasn’t the only operating system getting a significant update. Supposedly codenamed “Cabernet” at headquarters, OS X Mavericks was unveiled on Monday with little fanfare. The specific improvements, however, are designed to improve performance across Apple platforms. So upgrading to OS X Mavericks won’t just make life on your Mac easier. It’ll make life easier. The latest version of OS X offers a number of understated improvements that will please power users. It will also please iPhone and iPad users, because many of the upgrades are basically all borrowed from or inspired by iOS products. The update will overhauls some core pieces of Apple software, starting with the very basics. Finder, for instance, will be getting some new browsing features, including tabs and tags, which should make surfing around your Mac a bit more like surfing the Web.