Although there is not much information on this new version of macOS, we can be confident about its release date, which will be sometime this year.
The thing is, we don’t even know if the new software installment will have the numeral name 10.15. Who knows, we may even say goodbye to macOS X and say hello to macOS 11. The update is also expected to continue the line of California landmark names, as was the case with Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan, High Sierra and Mojave. The macOS XI (or 11) theory is a favorite among Apple users. It derives from the beliefs that the new iPhone 11 may launch at the end of 2019, making it the perfect way to bring Apple’s products in a numerical alignment. So we may very well see a double release this fall.
What can we expect from macOS 10.15?
Here are the features that users hope to see in the macOS 10.15:
Changes in Time Machine and cloud backups;
A Siri and Spotlight merger;
iPhone auto unlock (similar to the macOS Sierra auto unlock by using an Apple Watch);
MacOS dock improvements for people that use multiple displays.
It is widely believed that the announcement of macOS 10.15 will be made at Apple’s WWDC this year in June. We can only hope that the wishes of users worldwide will be heard and that Apple will present a satisfying new update.