“Apple’s next Mac operating system could be an exciting one, with rumours that the new OS X – whether it’s called OS X 10.10 or OS X 11, or maybe even OS 11 without the X – will have a flatter, more minimalist design like iOS 7,” Ashleigh Allsopp reports for Macworld UK.
“Apple released OS X 10.9 Mavericks in October of 2013, after previewing it several months before at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June. Just days after its launch, OS X 10.10 was spotted in web analytics reports, suggesting that Apple is already hard at work on the next version of the software,” Allsopp reports. “With Jony Ive’s expanded design leadership reaching the software side of Apple, we can expect to see his influence prominantly in the next Mac OS X.”
“It’s possible that Apple may go to OS X 11. But would the ‘X’ make sense here? Will Apple decide to go to OS 11, or perhaps OS XI?” Allsopp reports. “With June’s WWDC rapidly approaching, it’s possibly that Apple will use that event as a platform to launch the new Mac OS, so the unveiling could be a matter of months away.”
Much more in the full article here.
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