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A "macOS" reference discovered in 10.11.4


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  • iOS, tvOS, watchOS and ... macOS, a next back-to-the-future move for Apple?

After the recent Pike R. Alpha discovery about new "MacBook 9,1" frequency data in the latest OS X 10.11.4 release, this time a new reference to "macOS" has been discovered by another developer Guilherme Rambo.

 

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The framework can be found in OS X 10.11.4 at

"/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/FlightUtilities.framework" and was later independently verified by MacMagazine, which speculated that the next release could be "macOS 11" instead of OS X 10.12.

 

What do you think?



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Makes sense from a consistency point of view and I don't think Apple really see X as a brand anymore.

 

It has a nice ring to it.

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Apple doesn't tell you el capital is free starting from 10.9.

Actually, they do, you need OS X 10.6.8 or later as it brought the mac app store.

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Back to the roots

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We said the same thing for El Capitan's flat design comparing it to Mac OS X Tiger style.   :rolleyes:

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We said the same thing for El Capitan's flat design comparing it to Mac OS X Tiger style.   :rolleyes:

 

Would be nice if Apple bring back the "Brushed metal style" again for Finder.

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@Allan

 

Following the logic with El Capitan, the new OS is expected to look more like the iOS design. And certainly one day, we should have a single common design for all OS's.

 

And to be even more crazy, a single operating system for all devices.   :drool:

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@Allan

 

Following the logic with El Capitan, the new OS is expected to look more like the iOS design. And certainly one day, we should have a single common design for all OS's.

 

And to be even more crazy, a single operating system for all devices.   :drool:

 

Wait, we do not want ARM to take over on macs right? 

btw i think that original aqua was awesome!

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3 days ago, in a section on this webpage that discusses Apple’s process for conducting a product life cycle assessment, Apple again has referred to its next operating system version as MacOS before change it into OS X.   :P

 

                            before                                                                      after

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An new "macOS" reference is available in App Store:

 

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Yeah, we'll see some changes in Apple Keynote... :P

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Our old friend told, fetching new url with "10.12" index didnt throw error, still no url pkg to download.. but should be there soon

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