Future Possible OSX 10.10 Names Discovered in Trademark Filings
Trinidad and Tobago, a popular place Apple secretly files future naming assets, trademark filings were discovered. It shows Apple’s next OS X 10.10 operating system may be titled OS X Sequoia, OS X Sonoma, OS X Mojave, and IS X Ventura. However, a WWDC banner highlighting the famous El Capitan monolith, suggests ‘OS X Yosemite’.
It seems that the trademarks were officially filed with Trinidad and Tobago’s Intellectual Property Office on March 11th, and the suggested names are all well-known cities or geographic features in California. However, Apple was not mentioned exclusively in the official document spotted by MacRumors
, though it is assumed the company is behind the filings. What’s interesting though, two names- Sonoma and Ventura are not geographic regions or an attraction like Mavericks. Apple may be moving to city-based naming like other tech companies.
A picture released by The Verge
(above) shows a banner at Apple’s WWDC which appears to have a cloud-topped view of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley. Although with El Capitan featured so prominently, Apple may be going with ‘OS X 10.10 Yosemite’.
Source: MacRumors, The Verge