Apple Renamed OS X as macOS

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After watchOS 3, at WWDC 2016 we talk about all the news related to TVOS, but also to the new MacOS Sierra: the operating system for the Mac.

Apple introduced the first version of OS X back in 2002. In fact, OS X 10.0, named “Cheetah” was released under OS 9.  The new operating system from Apple for Mac updates your name and adapts to new times.

Apple years ago he left behind the name ‘Mac OS X’ and started using the nomenclature ‘OS X’, but to fit it all with the rest of their platforms, now renamed ‘macOS’. The operating system for Apple Mac version comes to 10.12, and his name is Sierra, and its new products are very interesting.

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The presentation made by Craigh Federighi, senior vice president of engineering Apple software, and you have to keep in mind that the name that’s different from what we knew so far. The names we knew were exactly as I wrote above, while from now, macOS inherits similar to iOS, which subsequently also been used in watchOS and tvOS name.

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