Apple has always used public-facing code names for macOS — née OS X — starting with the original, bear-branded beta.
watchOS doesn't have public code names the way macOS does, but it does have internal code names — and they're beach-ing!
Sold with a $200 premium, the "BlackBook" ushered in the use of darker materials in Apple's Mac line.
The MacBook Pro of today owes a lot to the machines that came before it. In particular, 2001's Titanium PowerBook G4.
After completing the move from OS 9 to OS X, Steve Jobs announced another transition for the Mac: the switch to Intel
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