It’s now so close we can taste it, and as the hours tick to this year’s WWDC occasion, we’re beginning to get more of a concept regarding what Apple will be revealing at the occasion.

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With the clever money significantly being on a beta launch of iOS 8 following an on-stage presentation of the iPhone and iPad running device, experts had been split on whether the Mac would also obtain any kind of passion.

Mavericks, or OS X 10.9 as it’s likewise remembered, has just been around for a couple of months but that does not suggest that Apple isn’t really hard at job on its successor. Today we got the biggest indicator yet that Apple would a minimum of offer OS X 10.10 some time at WWDC 2014, after a large banner was put up revealing the well-known ‘‘ X’logo that is now synonymous with Apple’s Mac operating system.

The banner concerned attributes that big ‘‘ X’ before just what appears to be the El Capitan rock formation in the Yosemite national forest. Interestingly, both the Yosemite and El Cap names have just recently belonged to a set of names to be trademarked by the Cupertino clothing.

With the Mac software application now being called after places and sites instead of the old large pet cat convention, either of those 2 names could well be exactly what Apple has gone with this time around.

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WWDC 2014 begins on Monday, June 2nd at 10am Pacific Time, which we’ll cover in its entirety, so we definitely do not have to wait as well long before all the inquiries are solutioned to their fullest.

We’re especially interested to see exactly what Apple does with iOS 8, yet with OS X 10.10 expected to take some layout cues from iOS this year, we’re likewise keen to view exactly what that resembles.

It looks progressively most likely that Apple will offer us a peek at just what both the Mac and iOS software program will resemble following week, which’s got us a lot more fired up compared to we already were. And we’re certain that you are too!

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