It is for the last 15 years that that makes a Mac a Mac. But now, Apple has rebranded its desktop stage to match its portable, TV and wearable OS naming. Know the complete detail about the report here.
It was March 2001 when Apple introduced its new desktop working framework, Mac OS X 10.0. From that point forward, OS X has turned into a major part of the organization’s image personality, for having the individual discharge names, for example, Mountain Lion, Cheetah, Yosemite and Mavericks.
Be that as it may, times change, and now Apple is most likely generally also known, if not more known, for its versatile working framework, iOS, than its desktop OS. Thus, it appears for consistency, Apple reported at WWDC 2016 that its PC working framework will now be called MacOS.
That naming takes after the way set with WatchOS and TVOS working frameworks for the Apple Watch and Apple TV, individually. It will be iOS for the iPhone and iPad. Apple is staying with significant California’s historic points for the discharge names. However, MacOS 10.12 is called Sierra.