Mac OS X 10.9 To Be Called “Lynx”? – Beta Sightings On The Rise

The folks at Tapscape think OS X 10.9 will be called “Lynx,” which is certainly a respectable big cat name that Apple hasn’t yet applied to an OS X version.

The Lynx is a medium-sized wild cat, two of whose four species – the Canada Lynx and the Bobcat – range in North America.

Tapscape thinks Apple will likely soon seed OS X 10.9 Lynx for developer beta testing, based on historical precedent that the first OS X Lion (2011) and Mountain Lion (2012) betas shipped to devs in February, and that AppleInsider is reporting that the number of people visiting their site and running OS X 10.9 have shot up in recent weeks.

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