Apple to soon replace it’s operating system Mac OS X name to MacOS. This discussion about Apple’s environmental efforts is the extension of its efforts that were talked up at the iPhone SE launch event last month. The attentive readers noted that the web page referred to the Apple’s desktop operating system as MacOS, NOT OS X.
This is the second hint dropped by Apple in the recent times pointing towards a desktop future with MacOS branding. A couple of weeks ago, the reference to MacOS was found buried in OS X 10.11.4. So, it could be expected that Apple is planning this change for quite some time.
Apple’s OS X working framework has seen twelve noteworthy corrections and various other minor redesigns subsequent to the principal OS X beta seen the sunshine long in 1999. The forthcoming change is being seen as Apple’s chance to dump the “ten” marking and modernize it.
This change would likewise adjust the MacOS (or macOS) marking with Apple’s other working frameworks iOS, tvOS, and watchOS.
In all probability, we’ll be seeing this name change toward the beginning of June at its Worldwide Developer Conference when it’ll report another working framework for Mac. In any case, nothing is sure until we get out first take a gander at the last change.
Upgrade: Apple has overhauled its Environment page and changed it to again read OS X until further notice.