Apple Put Up Its First OS X 10.10 Banner and It Features Yosemite National Park [Image]

Apple Put Up Its First OS X 10.10 Banner and It Features Yosemite National Park [Image]

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Apple has put up its first banner for OS X 10.10 and it features Yosemite National Park and more specifically, the El Capitan vertical rock formation located on the north side of Yosemite Valley.

MacRumors recently discovered that Apple has used shell companies to register trademarks for both Yosemite and El Cap, indicating that one of the two could be the name of its new Mac operating system. John Gruber recently suggested it was Yosemite.

Check out the photo of the banner below and stay tuned to iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates as WWDC fast approaches.

Apple Put Up Its First OS X 10.10 Banner and It Features Yosemite National Park [Image]
[via Verge]
Nat - May 30, 2014 at 10:19pm
If they are releasing newer interface, I hope they keep the old icons because a flat (not literally) looks better on iOS, as for osx it would look like a step back.
Disagree - May 30, 2014 at 10:48pm
I don't know... a few months ago iClarified posted a concept of a "flat" OS X, and to be honest I liked it better. I find the current version a bit dated, and I really like the clean light feel of iOS 7. I'd be happy with a similar clean-up of OS X.
! - May 30, 2014 at 11:07pm
If all the good parts of all the concepts came together, yes, it would be good. But apple's designs don't match concept design styles
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