“No run-up to Macworld Expo or WWDC is complete without the spy shots of the banners inside San Francisco’s Moscone Center, and this time is no different,” Nick Mediati writes for The Apple Blog.
“Now making the rounds is a Flickr photoset of banners hung outside the keynote hall posted by Gernot Poetsch. One in particular is especially interesting. It shows two banners: one referring to the iPhone’s OS as ‘OS X iPhone’ and another referring to Mac OS X 10.5 as simply ‘OS X Leopard.’ No mention of ‘Mac’ anywhere,” Mediati writes. “This would mark the first time, well, ever, that Apple has referred to the Mac’s operating system without including ‘Mac’ or ‘Macintosh’ in its name.”
Mediati asks, “Has anyone noticed that Apple has been remarkably silent in regards to the Psystar Open Computer?”
Full article here.