Probable names of the new Apple’s OS X

| April 28, 2014

Title Mavericks, which won the last OS X, was a turning point, after which Apple started calling its operating system for stationary devices in honor of the famous places in California. French blog Consomac found an application for registration of trade marks, which can be called the new operating system from Apple.

Apple's OS X Yosemite
Among the newly emerging brands that have a connection with California, contains the following: Yosemite, Redwood, Mammoth, California, Big Sur and the Pacific.
 All names have been registered companies Yosemite Research LLC and Coast Research LLC. In applications for trademarks noted that they can be used for the name of operating systems.

In the preparation of documents necessary for the registration of a trademark, participated lawyers who had previously worked with Apple. However, there is no evidence that the American company has anything to do with last year based Yosemite Research LLC or Coast Research LLC.

Mavericks title refers to a popular area in the United States for surfing. Last year at WWDC Apple announced the adoption of a new scheme for the names of their products is likely that if and front companies were created to protect the copyright on the name. These companies have no direct connection with Apple, and no one can say for sure that the new OS X will be called owned companies.

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