“Apple has already begun work on the next major revision to Mac OS X which is being labeled as version 10.8,” Arnold Kim reports for MacRumors.
“Apple only just released the final version of OS X 10.7 (Lion) to customers in July,” Kim reports. “While Apple has yet to announce plans for the next major version of OS X, evidence of 10.8 first began appearing in our web logs in August, and have since accelerated.”
Kim reports, “While it is trivial to falsify these records, the requests originated from Apple, Inc. IP addresses and surrounding areas. Also, the overall clustering is consistent with limited internal testing. We saw a very similar pattern for the early OS X 10.7 requests which began in October, 2009.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Mac OS X LionS (pronounced “lioness”). 😉