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Apple could abandon the iOS name to return to the classic OS

Apple could abandon the iOS name to return to the classic OS

There are just a few hours left until the official presentation of the new ones Apple software updates. Until now, it has always been called the future software update for iPhone, iOS 14. According to what leaked online in the past few hours, the official name may not be this. Let’s find out all the details about it.

In the past few hours, the well-known leaker Jon Prosser has put the flea in the ear of all fans of the bitten apple. He is quite convinced that the new software update for the iPhone will not keep the “iOS” name seen in recent years. According to the man, Cupertino will return to its origins by bringing the name “OS” back to the field. Will it really be like this?

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Apple: will iPhoneOS 14 be the name of the next software update?

Already last year, the house of the bitten apple decided to change the name for the software updates for the iPad. No longer iOS, but iPadOS. According to when reported in the past few hours by Jon Prosser, the same fate will befall the iPhone by this year. The long-awaited update for the iPhone by will not be called iOS 14 but, iPhoneOS 14. In this way, the company will standardize all the names of its software updates.

Recall that it is not the first time that the company of the bitten apple uses the name “OS” for the operating system of the iPhone. When the first iPhone by debuted in 2007, Apple decided to name the updates with “OS”. This choice continued until 2014, when the company decided to present the first iOS, iOS 4. What could happen, therefore, would be nothing more than a return to the origins. As reliable as the leaker is, it is not certain that what has been said will have real confirmation. For official confirmation it will be necessary to wait for tomorrow’s event. Look forward to further updates on this.