The banner reveals OS X 10.10 Name And Logo
The WWDC 2014 is just around the corner and as we get closer we are getting a clearer idea of what the fruit company might unveil at the event. The major question is whether Apple will be doing something with its Macs or not. We already have an idea about their OS because the Mavericks, or OS X 10.9 has been around for merely a few months but we all know that there is nothing stopping Apple from working on its successor. The preparations at the venue of the WWDC gave another hint which supports this notion very clearly; a large banner was erected showing the iconic ‘X’ logo that is now synonymous with Apple’s Mac operating system.
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The banner features large poster-like picture of the El Capitan rock formation in the Yosemite national park and a big X has been cast over it. This is yet again a pretty clear indication since both the Yosemite and El Cap names have recently been part of a batch of names to be trademarked by the Cupertino outfit. Apple could be deciding on any one of those names since the Mac software now being named after locations and landmarks. The event is scheduled for on Monday, June 2nd at 10 am Pacific Time and will be covered in detail so you don’t have to worry about missing out on anything.
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