OS X 10.10 introduced, and never once referred to as “OS ten ten ten”. Maybe as OS X Napa.
As an aside, please stop arguing that Apple “can’t” use 10.10 as a version number because that’d be the same thing as 10.1. Version numbers are not decimals — the periods simply act as separators between major and minor fields. They’re more like IP addresses, and I don’t see anyone arguing that 10.10.10.10 is “equivalent” to 126.96.36.199. Plus, it’s not like we haven’t been here before.
iOS-to-OS X AirDrop.
Some of the items on Jesper’s list sound more like wishes than predictions, but this one I really hope happens. It’s frustrating when you have something in front of you on your Mac that you want to send to your iPhone (or vice versa) and you have to do something silly like iMessage yourself to transfer it.
Update: A few good predictions from Rich Siegel.
★ Tuesday, 27 May 2014