A major leaker says Apple could revert to its original name “iPhone OS” for an upcoming iOS version, potentially to accommodate iPadOS.
Prolific leaker Jon Prosser now says Apple will launch a future version of iOS, possibly iOS 14, under the name “iPhone OS”. This is the name Apple used for the operating system on the original iPhone, and the change could be the brand’s alignment with iPadOS.
“[The] iPhone works with OS X, “Steve Jobs said at his presentation in 2007. However, when the iPhone was shipped, it was officially described as using iPhone OS. The name was changed to iOS in 2010 when it was launched the iPad.
This new tweet is one of Prosser’s shortest leaks, with no details or comments other than the words “iPhone OS”. Given that WWDC 2020 starts on June 22 and Apple is expected to announce the next version of iOS there, it is very likely that this is the time when such a change will be made, if at all.
Apple unveiled iPadOS at its WWDC 2019. It was at the same time a new …
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