tumbleguts said:True. But it was an obvious choice.
And now after Leopard (OS X 10.5) we are left with;
Not withstanding your poor attempt at spelling it, could you elaborate as to why it's "an unfortunate choice"?Cow Loon said:is an unfortunate choice of names for an operating system.
I think it's important for Apple to have a catchy, more marketing-friendly name than just a number. Version numbers are boring, and just don't go over real well with consumers. Futhermore, Apple's trend of inching along with .1 updates, which used to be sensibly reserved for minor (free!) updates makes the difference between the versions seem much smaller than it really is. It's really a marketing nightmare. Just hearing "10.2", "10.3", "10.4", most people would assume they're really the same thing, not MAJOR revisions like they are.fryke said:What about "10.5"? ... I just want to state that I find the cat names really not important.
You have already.fryke said:What about "10.5"? ... I just want to state that I find the cat names really not important.