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A New OS X Update Has A Name

The latest version of their operating system will be announced this week

Jun 3 2014, 2:33am CDT | by

A New OS X Update Has A Name
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There is a lot of news coming this week in the world of Apple, but a lot of it is going to deal with software. In particular, updates to OS X and iOS are both coming soon and we now have a peek at the name of the latest Mac operating system: Yosemite.

This will continue the focus on California centered names and follows on the heels of Mavericks, released last year. The previous operating system version was released for free, even, making a sharp contrast from previous versions that the famously expensive company has produced.

The name has leaked after banners were hung in the Moscone West center of San Francisco, where the event is going to be taking place. The banner for the OS X announcement features El Capitan rock face, a native formation of Yosemite. It isn’t just speculation, however, because Apple has trademarked the name Yosemite ahead of the event, lending more certainty.

Rumor has it that this update is going to come with a lot of changes, including a major visual redesign that is being designed by members of the iOS team, although it isn’t known if Apple is preparing a move similar to what Windows went through in recent years. Stay tuned this week to find out everything that will be coming.

Source: Mashable

 
 
 

<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/25" rel="author">Bijon Kumar Pramanik</a>
Bijon Kumar Pramanik is an experienced technology writer working since years in the consumer electronics field.

 

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