By Todd Bernhard
There are indications that Apple may switch the naming convention for its desktop operating system from "OS X" to "macOS." This would make sense for a number of reasons. Many casual observers don't recognize that the "X" in "OS X" is meant to symbolize the Roman numeral for ten. Instead they pronounce it as "OS Ex" instead of "OS Ten." Since the Arabic numbering for the operating system is at 10.11, it's probably time to switch to "eleven" and start calling it "macOS 11."