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What is going to happen after OS X 10.9?

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medium_pimpin    201

X.X

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ACTIONpack    371

X 10.10

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Jacky L.    126

If they're confident to have announced a new naming scheme it's most likely they will stay with this strategy for a good couple more years. It should continue to be 10.X and version numbers will be dropped in the official name.

 

If OS XI do come along it will be a significant overhaul, so as some of you have said a OS X/iOS merge of some sorts, or a significantly new way of interacting with a desktop (TV/media hub?).

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Sandor    436

I'm genuinely curious about this. Are they going to start calling it OS XI or OS11 (or something else)? Thoughts?

If they're cool they'll create a brand new OS and call it "Cedric"

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Brian Miller    1,521

iOSXI

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HawkMan    5,119

If they think of OS X as a brand instead of a number, they could have a OS X 11.

 

this. though I suspect they'll go 10.10 and up for a while first untill they finally get around to upgrading the OS and making it a modern up to date OS again. 

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+Frank B.    7,104

It'll be OS X 10.10, more than likely with UI changes to make it look similar to iOS 7.

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Jacky L.    126

It'll be OS X 10.10, more than likely with UI changes to make it look similar to iOS 7.

More like OS X.10 (10.10)

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