Apple Again Leaks a Reference to MacOS

Apple Again Leaks a Reference to MacOS

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Apple has again leaked a reference to MacOS this time on its iTunes Connect site. The company is widely expected to rename OS X to MacOS at WWDC 2016.

Back in April, the company leaked a reference to 'MacOS' on its Environment Answers webpage corroborating rumors of the change.

Here's the new reference...

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Apple Again Leaks a Reference to MacOS

Krishnakant - June 9, 2016 at 2:04pm
So iOS 10 will be renamed to iOS X?
. - June 9, 2016 at 2:10pm
Not really. Tim mentioned before that they weren't planning a a crossover if iPad and Mac and I think it makes sense, but to asset your question, iOS X would be the name if versions were numbered like ISX such iOS 9: 10.9.X, iOS 8: 10.8.X and so on, but there is eventually going to be an iOS 11 which means that iOS X won't be kept like that.
Great - June 9, 2016 at 2:35pm
There won't be a cross over, but imagine the top half running MacOS and the keyboard half running iOS as an iPad.
(>~>) - June 9, 2016 at 12:56am
As long as they don't screw up my laptop I don't care what they call it
Deez Dumps - June 9, 2016 at 1:02am
Screw up? Not to mess with what you may think about OSX if that's the case, but how can anything go wrong with it?
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