Apple Goes “Back to Mac”
Apple's past events revolved around iPhone, iPod, iPad, iTunes and iOS which made Mac an outcast. And now, Apple goes back to its roots with the event, "Back to Mac."
The event is on October 20,2010 at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino. You might be wondering why the invitation looks like the one pictured above. No guys, Apple won’t go to the jungle for an adventure. We are looking at the next version of Mac OS X.
The peeping lion behind the Apple logo fits the 10 year motif in Apple’s OS naming structure. Here are the names so you can relate. Starting from Mac OS X, OS X 10.0 to present:
* Mac OS X 10.0: Cheetah
* Mac OS X 10.1: Puma
* Mac OS X 10.2: Jaguar
* Mac OS X 10.3: Panther
* Mac OS X 10.4: Tiger
* Mac OS X 10.5: Leopard
* Mac OS X 10.6: Snow Leopard
We all know that the lion is the King of the Jungle, does this mean that we are looking at the newest Mac OS X 10.7 Lion? And will it be the King of Mac OS X? Let’s see what they’ll unleash in the wild.View Article Source »