Apple could be about to retire the iOS name and go back to iPhone OS, according to a new rumour.
The prolific Apple leaker Jon Prosser, of Front Page Tech, reckons the company will go back to the monicker last used for iPhone OS 3 in 2009.
This may be speculative, but given iOS 13 only really applies to the iPhone following the launch of iPadOS in 2019, it wouldn’t be a surprising change.
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Apple’s other operating systems – watchOS, tvOS and macOS – are specifically descriptive so it makes sense that iPhone OS might follow suit.
It isn’t long before we’ll find out as Apple takes the virtual state at the WWDC keynote on Tuesday June 22. The company traditionally reveals its in-development operating…