The iOS 8 Banners weren’t the only ones to go up at the Moscone Center in preparation for WWDC this Monday, as now Apple has put up a banner for its new Mac OSX version, 10.10.
The image used as the background in the banner is that of Yosemite National Park, confirming that this version will be called Yosemite.
It is also interesting to note that Apple also reportedly trademarked for ‘El Capitan’, a rock formation at the same Park, so it might be an alternate name, or a name of a future version of the OS. Though it is highly unlikely, since ‘El Capitan’ is simply a name we do not see Apple using.
Mac OSX 10.10 will be unveiled at WWDC 2014, this Monday.
Stay tuned as we cover anything and everything on WWDC.
Image: Courtesy of The Verge