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Apple has reportedly renewed its trademark for the identify “Mammoth,” doubtlessly hinting on the identify’s use for a future model of macOS.
The trademark extension for using “Mammoth” within the pc working system class was granted to shell company Yosemite Analysis LLC on Nov. 16. 9to5Mac first noticed the submitting.
As with Apple’s different current working system updates, “Mammoth” has a California theme. It refers back to the Mammoth Lakes space of the Sierra Nevada mountains — a well-liked ski resort space.
Yosemite Analysis LLC has beforehand trademarked and held names for Apple, together with “Yosemite” and “Monterey.”
Apparently, “Mammoth” is the final remaining trademark that refers to a California area. That makes it attainable that it will be used for an upcoming macOS replace, maybe in 2022.