The name "macOS" appears again in a text on the Apple website


It is not the first time that this issue has been discussed and it is that at the end of March we already had a slip, or not, similar reading in texts related to the environment Apple the existence of a new operating system for Mac with the name of macaos. That denomination was eliminated from its place in a matter of hours and that is why from that moment everyone is hunting the hare. 

Today the news jumps again to the media and it is that in the texts published by Apple itself in which they talk about the news that will occur in terms of the uploading of applications to the different application stores and percentages that the developers will win, you can clearly see a new allusion to macOS.

Once again Apple has screwed up and before the WWDC 2016 arrives on Monday, the name of macOS has been seen for the second time, the first being back in March. If we review a little the names of the rest of the operating systems, iOS, tvOS, watchOS We see that the trend should be macOS although we have also seen a slip with MacOS on one occasion. 

It is clear that the word Mac is a proper name for this type of computer and therefore the logical thing would be for the new system to be called MacOS again, but as we all know it is Apple and only it has the final word and Everything seems to point to macOS as the new Mac operating system that we will see next Monday is finally going to be called. 

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