Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch run on the popular iOS operating system, and ahead of the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2020,
It has been Crown that iOS may be rename to iPhoneOS.
The Cupertino giant had introduce iPadOS last year, and it is now report to be planning to rename the iOS.
While other software under the Apple umbrella have the product name in it,
iOS remains the only software to not follow that format.
WWDC 2020 is to begin on June 22 2020.
Popular YouTuber Jon Prosser has published a cryptic tweet that teases the possibility of a name change to iPhone OS.
Prosser’s tweet hints that Apple is indeed considering the possibility of changing iOS to iPhone OS.
Apple usually unveils all of its new software during WWDC for developers to start testing and optimise their apps around it,
So WWDC seems like a good time as any to announce the change.
This claim was further given more weightage by tipster Max Weinbach who reply claiming having head something similar.
All of these hints towards a possibility of the software name change at WWDC.
While iPhoneOS name will go well with iPhone, iOS is also use on iPod touch.
It is not clear whether iPhoneOS name will also be use with iPad touch or Apple will have an iPodOS as well.
Apple will preview its new software updates,
Likely to be call iPadOS 14, tvOS 14, watchOS 7, and macOS 10.16 aside from showcasing its new development tools.
AR-centric improvements can be expect as well.
WWDC may see some hardware launches as well.
In 2017, Apple brought the HomePad, whereas the Mac Pro was launch in 2019.
It may continue that trend to bring some new hardware launches this year.
These announcements are most likely to take place in the special keynote that will be held at 10am PDT (10:30pm IST) on Monday, June 22.
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