There have to be a million threads in here about Mac OS 10.7 and 10.8. Some about OS 11. But who says Apple has to stop OS X after 10.9 or 10.10? I have Mac OS 10.4.11, so they didn't stop at 10.4.9 there. Also, Apple apparently has the names "Lynx" and "Cougar" registered. Here's what I think would happen if they DO stop OS X after 10.9. 10.7 - Lynx 10.8 - Cougar 10.9 (Final Release) - Lion They inevitably have to use lion, and it should be their final release of OS X. After they leave the cat family they should go on to dogs... wolf, coyote, endless possibilities. Some people say they should move to marine animals, where they would have many more possibilities than in the dog family alone. So what do you think? 1) Will Mac OS X end after 10.9 or 10.10, or will it go on to 10.11 etc. 2) Once they do go on after OS X, will OS 11 follow the old pattern (11 to 12 to 13) or will they do 11.0, 11.1, 11.2... 2a) If they do follow the OS X pattern, what family will they base it off of? 3)What should the remaining releases of OS X be called?