Just a few weeks ago, the first hint that Apple could be considering changing things up as far as the naming scheme for OS X goes. And now Apple’s hinting at it yet again.
Some low-level files in OS X 10.11.4 indicate that Apple will be renaming OS X to macOS in a future release. An interface file — FUFlightViewController_macOS.nib, in the FlightUtilities framework to be precise — uses the macOS nomenclature, which hints at this possibility.
A German court has ruled against Apple in a video streaming patent case with OpenTV. “The claim is predominantly valid and well-founded,” the court said, before stating Apple cannot sell products that make use of the infringing streaming software in Germany.
Apple’s upcoming desktop release, OS X El Capitan 10.11.4, is still in its beta phases, and the company has just released another version to developers and public beta testers.
Having a backup of your OS X version is just one way to make sure you’ve got some bases covered just in case something bad happens.
Microsoft has rolled out a series of new Windows 10 ads that promote its new operating system by highlighting all the advantages PCs have over Macs. Those include things like Windows Hello, which lets you login by looking at your webcam, and touchscreens.
Apple has seeded another beta for those within the Public Beta Test program for OS X, giving another glimpse of what to expect in the upcoming software.