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WebKit code leaks Apple's next OS names as macOS 12, iOS 15

WebKit source code has seemingly confirmed Apple is all in with the change in macOS numbering, by including references to “macOS 12.0” and “iOS 15.0.”For quite a few years, macOS had a version number that started “10.” followed by incremental changes. For macOS Big Sur and its Apple Silicon introduction, Apple moved macOS to version 11, and it seems the numbering convention will continue for the next version.Located in the open-source WebKit repository after being updated in February, references in the code found by 9to5Mac mention macOS “12.00” and iOS “15.0.” This is an unusual discovery, as typically the WebKit code refers to future operating system iterations as “TBA” instead of using version numbers. Read more…
Source: Apple Insider News and Secrets on New Apple Products

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