iOS 10, OS X 10.12 Start Appearing In Web Logs – Screenshot
Apple iOS 10 and OS X 10.12 – condename Fuji – have started to appear in Web logs on the Internet.
Apple announced iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 at WWDC 2015 in June of this year and released both the operating systems for mobile and desktop users, respectively, quite some time back. But of course, Apple doesn’t rest in the background as it releases a new OS for its ecosystem, and currently the Cupertino giant is busy in the background working on its next big release for mobile and desktop – iOS 10 and OS X 10.12.
The first traces of Cupertino’s next-gen OSes started to appear in 9to5Mac’s analytics data, and while the data is very, very sparse at this point, but the publication does reveal that OS X 10.12 has been given an internal codename of Fuji.
Given the short span of time iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 has spent in the market, the engineering teams at Apple are constantly hard at work in the background to ensure that the operating systems are as smooth as they possibly can be across the board. For instance, it was just a while back Apple released the pre-release bits of iOS 9.2 and OS X 10.11.2 to developers and testers alike, and with iOS 10 and OS X 10.12 now making an appearance in the background, it’s a clear sign that Apple isn’t sitting idle at all.
On the features front, we have absolutely no clue what iOS 10 or OS X 10.12 will entail, and the only thing we do know at this point is the version numbers the next-gen OSes from Cupertino will bring with them. Nothing more, nothing less.
Although OS X is good as is, and we’re sure Apple will do all it can in its power to refine existing features, but iOS needs a lot of work on the other hand, such as a boost in feature set while also bringing something drastically new in the UI front. Apart from that, we believe that iOS 10 will further enhance 3D Touch in a lot of ways on the iPhone 6s, and it will, of course, bring new stuff to the table which would definitely be exclusive to the iPhone 7, due for release later next year.
Rather than just speculating, all we can do at this point is wait and see what Apple’s cooking in the background. We’re sure we’ll hear more regarding iOS 10 and OS X 10.12 in the days to come, so stay tuned to our round the clock coverage!