WWDC 2014 Banners: iOS 8, OS X 10.10 on Display
Tim Cook’s WWDC 2014 keynote will kick off at 10am on Monday, June 2. Naturally, Apple’s busy getting the Moscone Center ready for the festivities, which quite naturally includes quite a few WWDC 2014 banners featuring OS X 10.10 and iOS 8.
Yep, as the above photo clearly shows the Mac operating system’s ubiquitous “X” on a banner with an natural image that looks one heckuva lot like Yosemite’s El Capitan. So, will OS X 10.10 will be named Yomesite, which celebrates is 150th anniversary, or will it be El Capitan?
My money is on OS X 10.10 Yosemite, but that name is so tightly associated with “America” there could be branding if not actual trademark concerns.
Write the code, babies. Change the mode, crack the code (Rush, Body Electric).
Why doesn’t Apple market iOS with a name a la OS X? Hmm, probably because they don’t need to.
Perhaps iOS doesn’t get a public name because Steve said it shouldn’t? Who knows, you?
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Source: The Verge