“Apple tends to stick to a fairly predictable annual schedule nowadays, and if previous years are any guide, we should soon be hearing more details about the successor to OS X El Capitan,” David Nield reports for T3. “The brand new operating system is apparently going to be called OS X Fuji.”
“All this is speculation and informed rumour of course – Apple won’t say anything official until its WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) event kicks off on13 June,” Nield reports. “That’s where we’ve seen on-stage reveals for Yosemite and El Capitan, and we’re expecting the same sort of show for Fuji this year.”
“One of the most interesting and most plausible rumours surrounding OS X Fuji is that Apple is planning to rebrand its desktop OS as MacOS (or possibly macOS). That would fit in with iOS, tvOS and watchOS, which makes us think it’s likely to happen soon,” Nield reports. “We’re still not quite sure of the story behind the Fuji name – maybe it’s because the Fuji apple is grown on California – but it’s the one that several reports have pointed to as the codename currently in use. There’s still a chance Apple will change it before June.”
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