Right as Apple confirmed Yosemite for OS X 10.10, a few more future OS X names have surfaced today in trademark filings.
In April trademark filings linked to Apple popped up that appeared to show possible California related names for future versions of OS X. Today a few more have appeared in trademark filings that aren’t specifically filed by Apple but have links to the company, according to MacRumors. Sequoia, Mojave, Sonoma, Ventura as well as variations like “OS X Sequoia” were all filed for in March in Trinidad and Tobago by a company that apparently has ties to Apple.
Those names join the previous trademark filings that included: Yosemite, Redwood, Mammoth, California, Big Sur, and Pacific, Diablo, Miramar, Rincon, El Cap, Redtail, Condor, Grizzly, Monterey, Tiburon, Farallon, Skyline, Shasta, and Sierra.
Apple announced it would be sticking with the California named themes when it first revealed OS X Mavericks last year, and today it seems to have confirmed it will go with “Yosemite” when it unveils OS X 10.10 during its WWDC developer conference next week.
MacRumors also notes today that “healthbook” and “healthkit” trademark filings have been discovered with possible links to Apple, but there’s no proof Apple is actually behind them. We previously revealed the details of Apple’s upcoming Healthbook app that is expected to be unveiled during WWDC.