We’ve all seen Apple’s most recent working framework classification, with each new discharge a gadget driven OS, similar to tvOS, watchOS and iOS. What is the problem with macOS?
A touch of source code in the present stable arrival of OS X (10.11.4) appears to indicate that very thing. Designer Guilherme Rambo told Portuguese‐dialect site MacMagazine.com.br that he found an interface document which utilizes the macOS wording in the record name.
Without a doubt Apple is looking to this as a conceivable renaming of OS X, which would fit it right in with it’s OS naming for its cell phones, Apple TV and Apple Watch. It would bode well to dispatch MacOS 11 this year, as well, with new OS forms over the line up (iOS 10, watchOS 3 and tvOS 10) to make it a pennant year.
The UNIX‐based OS X has been around for a long time, so it’s most likely time to begin calling it something new. Initially named after huge felines (Puma, Jaguar, Cheetah, Panther, et cetera, Snow Leopard), as of late the group at Apple has named the diverse discharges after spots in California, similar to El Capitan and Yosemite. There’s no reason Apple can’t proceed with this naming tradition; it’s simply that making the OS coordinate the gadget name would make things a bit clearer to clients.
While we don’t generally comprehend what the arrangement is, we do want to see the entry of Siri on macOS (or whatever it’s brought in the following discharge). It would bode well, without a doubt. Hopefully.