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OS X 10.12 codename Fuji - What we know about it....

Allan, Jan 15 2016 06:27 PM in OSx86

2016 is here, and what we can expect about Apple's WWDC of this year?

Well, research and expectations about the new Apple OS X are already growing.

The web public call OS X 10.12 of "Fuji", hmmm, maybe there is something wrong, because since Mavericks, Apple choose California locations for nominate their systems.

Beyond the new name, perhaps we have in OS X the following new features:
  • Siri - We expected this since El Capitan :P
  • A native Swift app for devs
  • New filesystem, a replacement for the HFS+
  • More integration with others Apple's systems, e.g: Apple Watch, iOS and Apple TV
Well this is what we know per hour.

But and you guys?
What do you know and want to see in this new OS X?

Please share with us ;)

*Fuji is the code name for internal testing, as *Gala was for El Capitan.   ;)

 

*Fuji, Gala => apple varieties  :yes:

Hmm, good to know... :D

Hmm, good to know... :D

 

good to eat... hell yeah  :D

First; I think that It'll be called 10.12 "Hollywood" and finally bring back pro movie making apps with a Blu-Ray enabled copy ov iDVD, but iDVD will be called iBlu :P (that whole thing was a joke).

OK, seriously I don't get what's wrong with HFS+, I never had any issues with it.

OK, seriously I don't get what's wrong with HFS+, I never had any issues with it.

 

This change is for us. 

1° - Apple brings SIP

2º - Now( maybe) we'll have a new filesystem.

 

Joke  :P

3º ARM CPU support, slowly(ish) made mandatory, like how Apple phased out PPC

 

 

Another Joke

P.S. guess we can only speculate/joke with no info, not even WWDC.

  • AMD CPU Support... 

We can only hope for it one day  :hysterical:

 

  • AMD CPU Support... 

We can only hope for it one day  :hysterical:

 

 

Yessss

  • New filesystem, a replacement for the HFS+  Very good, we have been waiting for this for years
  • Siri - We expected this since El Capitan. Also good, but not terribly important
  • ARM CPU support. Bad, what need do they have to change CPUs at this stage? It would probably take years for the transition to be complete  http://appleinsider....ustom-arm-chips

 

  • New filesystem, a replacement for the HFS+  Very good, we have been waiting for this for years
  • Siri - We expected this since El Capitan. Also good, but not terribly important
  • ARM CPU support. Bad, what need do they have to change CPUs at this stage? It would probably take years for the transition to be complete  http://appleinsider....ustom-arm-chips

 

I was joking about ARM support.

Hey it's a great matter! 

 

I'll take a time to read all.  ^_^

Apple will licence Clover technology and package it with 10.12 as part of the new "Switch to OS X Assistant".

 

This revolutionary new feature will allow users of ordinary PCs to upgrade to the latest Apple experience for the first time ever.

Fuji is a good candidate for a real name:

Yosemite (mountain), El Capitan (mountain)... Fuji (mountain/volcano)  :lol:

St. Helens (Mountain/volcano still trying to be active)

will my rig still capable to run it? lets see :D

 

  • AMD CPU Support... 

We can only hope for it one day  :hysterical:

 

And you know who used to manufacture Upgrade cpu's for the G4's... and then got shut out with the Power Mac... bogus

The question to me has always been, "Why go to so much effort to lock out so much market". I KNOW Apple isn't really in the OS selling business, but, well, why not. It isn't like it is going to damage their current Machine market. Guys like me are never, ever going to fork out for a soon to be obsolete shiny box. And I have no love for the trash can pc. But, if i could toss out a few bucks for plug and play OS X, I'd do that. And it would open up the world for them in programmers. Coders will always go to the bigger market. and yes, there are apple lover coders too, I get that. That again reenforces my point. Open the OS to everyone with a PC and they won't lose Apple lovers. Probably gain more

 

Apple will licence Clover technology and package it with 10.12 as part of the new "Switch to OS X Assistant".

 

This revolutionary new feature will allow users of ordinary PCs to upgrade to the latest Apple experience for the first time ever.

It does not matter what efforts in future in order to make Apple it more difficult or has the ideas to prevent that. as long as the OS X community holds together as now, then it will be able to create always a prescription in order to realize running OS X on hackintosh.
However, I am sure that this is not the thought of Apple.

The new filesystem concerns me...

There will be a lot of work coming up for all those Bootloader Devs...

The work will reall be immense for Clover and Ozmosis... I mean, after all, we need to find the new GUID of the driver and copy it. Have fun Chameleon users. =)

The work will reall be immense for Clover and Ozmosis... I mean, after all, we need to find the new GUID of the driver and copy it. Have fun Chameleon users. =)

I'm not Chameleon, I'm Enoch.:P

But on a serious note; I would use clover, but I haven't taken the time to get it working with my system (AMD + Clover is funny).

Only if Apple acquires Parallels engine  :P

New filesystem, a replacement for the HFS+
 
That would be wonderful! HFS+ is a trash as well as NTFS.

Apple should adopt ZFS once and for all!

 as long as the OS X community holds together as now, then it will be able to create always a prescription in order to realize running OS X on hackintosh.

:thumbsup_anim:

 

  • New filesystem, a replacement for the HFS+  Very good, we have been waiting for this for years

 

That would be wonderful! HFS+ is a trash as well as NTFS.

 

Hummm, this means that we have to wait also a new implementation about read/write other Filesystem from this new one?

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