There probably won't be a OS 10.9. More likely they come up with a whole new O.S. with a new topic for the names that tie the versions together.bryantm3 said:apple has only trademarked four more names, so what will 10.9 be?
i propose that it should be called Serval.
well that would be weird, cos os x (x means 10 anyway) so it's kind of weird to keep going at it.gco212 said:I sort of feel like OSX has now become a part of Apple's advertising and brand recognition. I don't think it's a good idea to ever move from OSX. It doesn't really matter if they do design a whole new OS, they should maintain the OSX name, and keep their marketing advantage.
Yes, but a lot of people, like me for example, consider it to be "OS X" and not "OS Ten," no matter what Apple may say. So I'd have no problem at all with Mac OS X 11.bryantm3 said:well that would be weird, cos os x (x means 10 anyway) so it's kind of weird to keep going at it.
I see no reason that Apple would be abandoning the Mac OS X name until they abandon the kernel used in Mac OS X, which does not appear to be anytime soon since they have finally set in place a system that allows programmers to interface with the kernel more easily and to help ensure their programs are not broken as easily with future OS X versions.Plymouthbreezer said:I really don't think we'll see OS X version 10.9.x... If anything, 10.6 will be the last 10.x.x before OS 11.
OS X is not OS "X," but OS "Ten."