Earlier we got a few glimpse of the iOS 8 banner going on display ahead of the WWDC event. Now, another photo from The Verge shows the the OS X 10.10 getting ready to be put on display in Moscone Center before the event.
The image shows a large thin “X” on the center with a background showing a mountain. This suggests that the OS X 10.10 will be given a land-related name as opposed to the water name given to OS X 10.9. It could possibly be Yosemite or El Cap as the banner’s background displays the national park’s El Capitan rock formation. For years, Apple has named its operating system versions after large cats such as Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion and its recent operating system was named Mavericks based on the famous California surfing spot.
OS X 10.10 is expected to come with a major redesign, taking the “flatter” look and some iOS 7 elements. It will be announced during Apple’s keynote on June 2 which will start at 10 AM Pacific Time.
Via: The Verge