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Author:  Neptruo314 [ Thu Nov 21, 2019 11:39 am ]
Post subject:  Mac OS (and other) Codenames

Unlike the other OS, Mac OS (and the other apple operating systems) doesn't have that much documentation on codenames. So, I'd thought I'd help out.

Classic Mac OS - some codenames from tarquin44

6.0.4: Antares
6.0.5: Big Deal
6.0.6: SixPack
6.0.8: Terminator
6.0a9: juggler
6.0.6a15: pinball/ray ban
7.0: Blue, Big Bang, M80, Pleaides, Furnishings 2000
7.0a9: sanjose
7.0b4: superbeta
7.0.1: Road Warrior, Beta Cheese
7.1b7: shuswap
7.1: Cube-E, I Tripoli
7.1.1b6: surcease
7.1.1: Jirocho
Prototype of System 7.1 for x86 processors: Star Trek
7.5b2: mozart
7.5b5c3: capone
7.5.1: Danook, Thag
7.5.2: Unity
7.5.3 Revision 2.1: Buster, Son of a Buster
7.5.3 rev.3s1c3: moriarty
7.6: Harmony
7.6.1: spinal, Ides of Buster
7.6.1: spittle
7.7a2: speedy
7.7a3c1: strikesback
8.0a4: subatomic
8.0a5: spooky
8.0b2: surreal
8.0.1d5c3: shangrila
8.0: Tempo
8.1d9: sequoia
8.1b4: salute
8.1b2: steve
8.1a4: sumptuous
8.1: Bridge of Buster, Scimitar
8.2d8: snowman
8.2a2: southpark
8.2a4: sequins
8.5a8: scantling
8.5b2c2: scimitar
8.5b6: semifinal
8.5.2d5: hans
8.5: Allgero
8.5.1: The Rick Ford Release
8.6b3: harald
8,6b3: hammerfest
8.6a3c2: horatio
8.6: Veronica
8.7a6c2: sarah
8.7b3c2: signed
8.7a3: stoneage
9.0b4c3: sealed
9.0: Sonata
9.0.4: Minuet
9.1: Fortissimo
9.2d8: slurm!
9.2: Moonlight
9.2.1: Limelight
9.2.2: LU1

Unix-based Mac OS

Dev. Preview 3: Bunsen
Dev. Preview 4: Gonzo
Public Release 2: Beaker
10.0 Beta: Kodiak
10.0: Cheetah, Cyan
10.1: Puma
10.2: Jaguar
10.3: Pinot
10.4: Merlot
10.4 Intel: Chardonay
10.4.1: Atlanta
10.5: Chablis
10.6 only had Snow Leopard, the marketed name.
OS X 10.7: Barolo
OS X 10.8: Zinfandel
OS X 10.9: Cabernet
OS X 10.10: Syrah
OS X 10.11: Gala
macOS 10.12: Fuji
macOS 10.13: Lobo
macOS 10.14: Liberty
macOS 10.15: Jazz
Public Release 1: Hera

Mac OS Server

Server 1.0 – Rhapsody
Server 10.2 Jaguar: Tigger

iOS

1.0: Alpine/Heavenly
1.0.1: SUHeavenlyJuly
1.1: Snowbird
1.1.2: Oktoberfest
1.1.3: Little Bear
2.0: Big Bear
2.1: Sugarbowl
2.2: Timberline
2.2.1: SUTimberline
3.0: Kirkwood
3.1: Northstar
3.2: Wildcat (iPad only)
4.0: Apex
4.1: Baker
4.2: Jasper (4.2.5 - 4.2.10: Phoenix)
4.3: Durango
5.0: Telluride
5.1: Hoodoo
6.0: Sundance
6.1: Brighton
6.1.3: BrightonMaps
7.0: Innsbruck
7.0.3: InnusbruckTaos
7.1: Sochi
7.1.1: SUSochi
7.1.2: Sochi
8.0: Okemo
8.1: OkemoTaos
8.1.1: SUOkemoTaos
8.1.3: SUOkemoTaosTwo
8.2: OkemoZurs
8.3: Stowe
8.4: Copper
8.4.1: Donner
9.0: Monarch
9.1: Boulder
9.2: Castlerock
9.2.1: Dillion
9.3: Eagle
9.3.2: Frisco
9.3.3: Genoa
10.0.1: Whitetail
10.1: Butler
10.2: Corry
10.2.1: Dubois
10.3: Erie
10.3.2: Franklin
10.3.3: Greensburg
11.0: Tigris
11.1: Bursa
11.2: Cinar
11.2.5: Dalaman
11.3: Emet
11.4: Fatsa
11.4.1: Gebze
12.0: Hope/Peace
13.0: Yukon
14.0: Azul

tvOS

9.0: Monarch
9.1: Tilden
9.1.1: Noble
9.2: Angora
9.2.1: Fern
9.2.2: Gilmore
10.0: Union
10.0.1: Bugle
10.1: Clementine
10.1.1: Diamond
10.2: Emerald
10.2.1: Florence
10.2.2: Gold
11.0: Topaz
11.1: Bass
11.2: Coyote
11.2.5: Dixon
11.3: Eaton
11.4: Francis
11.4.1: Grant
12.0: Hope
13.0: Yager

watchOS

Burrito: Apple Watch sleep tracking (rumored, upcoming)
1.0: SkiHill
1.0.1: Bucket
2.0: Bondi
2.0.1: Atlantic
2.1 Bahar
2.2: Angora
2.2.1: Fish
3.0: Daytona
3.1: Blowfish
3.1.1: Catfish
3.1.3: Dogfish
3.2: Electric
3.2.2: Firefish
3.2.3: Ghostfish
4.0: Fortune
4.1: Beluga
4.2: Catamaran
4.2.2: Dolphin
4.3: Emperor
4.3.1: Ferry/Gull
5.0: Glory
6.0: Grace

Hardware
iPhone (first generation) – M68 and Purple or Purple 2
iPhone 3G – N82
iPhone 3GS – N88
iPhone 4 – N90
iPhone 4 (CDMA) – N92
iPhone 4S – N94
iPhone 5 – N41 and N42
iPhone 5C – N48
iPhone 5S – N51 and N53
iPhone 6 – N61
iPhone 6 Plus – N56
iPhone SE – N69
iPhone 6S – N71
iPhone 6S Plus – N66
iPhone 7 – D10
iPhone 7 Plus – D11
iPhone 8 – D20
iPhone 8 Plus – D21
iPhone X – D22 and Ferrari
iPhone XR – N84 and Star or Lisbon or Hangzhou
iPhone XS – D32
iPhone XS Max – D33
iPhone 11 – N104
iPhone 11 Pro – D42
iPhone 11 Pro Max – D43
iPod: Dulcimer
iPod Classic (5th generation): M25
iPod Touch (1st generation): N45
iPod Touch (2nd generation): N72
iPod Touch (3rd generation): N18
iPod Touch (4th generation): N81
iPad (3rd generation) (Wi-Fi): J1
iPad (3rd generation) (Wi-Fi + Cellular): J2
iPad Air: J72
iPad Air 2: J82
iPad mini with Retina display: J85
iPad Mini 4: J96
iPad Pro: J98 and J99
iPad (1st generation): K48
iPad 2 (Wi-Fi): K93
iPad 2 (Wi-Fi + GSM): K94
iPad 2 (Wi-Fi + CDMA): K95
iPad (fourth generation) (Wi-Fi): P101
iPad (fourth generation) (Wi-Fi + Cellular International): P103
iPad Mini (1st generation) (Wi-Fi): P105
iPad Mini (1st generation) (Wi-Fi + Cellular International): P107
Prototype tablet in 2004: Purple or Purple 1
W.A.L.T (never released)

Computers (so long so I put it in a smaller font)
D1 – 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display
D2 – 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display
J44 – MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2013)
J45 – MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Early 2013)
J52 – MacBook Pro 13"
J130 – Macbook Pro 13"
K90IA – MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2011)
K91A – MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2011)
K92A – MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2011)
101 – PowerBook G3 (Bronze Keyboard)
102 – PowerBook G3 (FireWire)
103 – PowerBook G4
AJ – PowerBook Duo 2300c/100
Ansel – PowerBook Duo 250
Asahi – PowerBook 100
Blackbird – PowerBook 540, 540c, 550c, 500 with PowerPC
Blackbird LC – PowerBook 520, 520c, 550c, 500 with PowerPC
BOB W (Best of Both Worlds) – PowerBook Duo 210, 230
Brooks – PowerBook 160
Cinnamon – PowerBook Duo 210, 230
Colt 45 – PowerBook 145
Colt 45 – PowerBook 145B
Comet – PowerBook 2400c
Converse – PowerBook 180
Dart LC – PowerBook 165
Dartanian – PowerBook 180
DBLite – PowerBook Duo 210, 230
Derringer – PowerBook 100
Epic – PowerBook 1400c, 1400cs
Escher – PowerBook Duo 270c
Gemini – PowerBook Duo Dock/Plus/II
Hammerhead – PowerBook G4 (17-inch)
Hokusai – PowerBook 180c
Hooper – PowerBook 3400c
Ivory – PowerBook G4 (DVI)
Jedi – PowerBook 150
Kanga – PowerBook G3
Lombard – PowerBook G3 (Bronze Keyboard)
Mercury – PowerBook G4
Mighty Cat – PowerBook 2400c
Monet – PowerBook 165c
Mustang – PowerBook 5300 Series
M2 – PowerBook 5300
Nautilus – PowerBook 2400c
Omega – PowerBook 190
Omega – PowerBook 190cs
Onyx – PowerBook G4 (Gigabit Ethernet)
P25 – PowerBook G4 (Gigabit Ethernet)
PDQ – PowerBook G3 (September 1998)
Pismo – PowerBook (FireWire)
PowerBook 3500 – PowerBook G3
P8 – PowerBook G3 (FireWire)
P88 – PowerBook G4 Titanium (1 GHz/867 MHz)
P99 – PowerBook G4 (12-inch)
Q16 – PowerBook G4 (15-inch FW800)
Q16A – PowerBook G4 (15-inch 1.5/1.33GHz)
Q41 – PowerBook G4 (17-inch 1.33GHz)
Q41A – PowerBook G4 (17-inch 1.5 GHz)
Q51 – PowerBook G5 (EVT1)
Q54 – PowerBook G4 (12-inch DVI)
Q54A – PowerBook G4 (12-inch 1.33 GHz)
Road Warrior – PowerBook 170
Rosebud – PowerBook 100
Spruce Goose – PowerBook 540/540c
SR-71 – PowerBook 540, 540c, 550c, 500 with PowerPC
Tim – PowerBook 170
Tim Lite – PowerBook 140
Wallstreet – PowerBook G3
Yeager – PowerBook Duo 280/280c
Artemis – Power Mac G3 All-in-One
Kansas – Power Macintosh 8600
Kansas – Power Macintosh 9600
Autobahn – Power Macintosh 9500
BHA (Butt-Head Astronomer) – Power Macintosh 7100
Bongo – Power Macintosh 5200 LC, 5300 LC
Carl Sagan – Power Macintosh 7100
Catalyst – Power Macintosh 7200
Chimera – Power Macintosh 5400
Clockwork – Power Mac G4 (Digital Audio)
Cold Fusion – Power Macintosh 8100
Crusader – Power Macintosh 6200
Cupid – Power Macintosh 4400, 200 Mhz
Cypher – Power Mac G5 (late 2005)
El Capitan – Power Macintosh G3 (Blue & White) enclosure
Elixir – Power Macintosh 6300
Excalibur – Power Macintosh 5400
Flagship – Power Macintosh 8100
Frosty – Power Macintosh 4400, 160 MHz
Gazelle – Power Macintosh 6500
Gossamer – Power Macintosh G3 beige logic board
Hacksaw – Power Macintosh 6400
Halo – unreleased Hi-end Power Macintosh project (1996)
InstaTower – Power Macintosh 6400
LAW (Lawyers Are Wimps) – Power Macintosh 7100
Medusa2 – Power Mac G4 (Gigabit Ethernet)
Montana – Power Macintosh 7300
Montana 7600 – Power Macintosh 7600
Mystic – Power Mac G4 (Gigabit Ethernet)
Nichrome – Power Mac G4 (Quicksilver)
Nitro – Power Macintosh 8500
Omega – Power Mac G5
Phoenix – Power Macintosh 5500
Piltdown Man – Power Macintosh 6100
Project E – Power Mac G4 (AGP Graphics)
P5 – Power Mac G4 (AGP Graphics)
P57 – Power Mac G4 (Mirrored Drive Doors)
P58 – Power Mac G4 (FW 800)
P9 – Power Mac G4 Cube
PowerExpress – Power Mac 9700 Prototype
Q37 – Power Mac G5
Q77 – Power Mac G5 (June 2004)
Q78 – Power Mac G5 (June 2004)
Quicksilver – Power Mac G4
Rebound – Power Macintosh 5200/5300 LC
Rubicon – Power Mac G4 Cube
Sawtooth – Power Mac G4 (AGP Graphics)
Silk – Power Mac G3 (Blue & White)
SnakeBite – Power Mac G4 (Gigabit Ethernet)
Stumpy – unreleased Hi-end Power Macintosh enclosure, prototype of El Capitan
Tangent – Power Mac G4 (Digital Audio)
Tanzania – Power Macintosh 4400, 150 MHz
Titan – Power Mac G4 (Quicksilver)
TNT – Power Macintosh 7500
Trailblazer – Power Macintosh 5200/5300 LC
Transformer – Power Macintosh 5200/5300 LC
Trinity – Power Mac G4 Cube
Tsunami – Power Macintosh 9500
Yikes! – Power Mac G4 (PCI Graphics) logic board
Yosemite – Power Mac G3 (Blue & White) logic board
Yosemite 1.5 – Power Mac G3 (Blue & White) Rev.2 logic board
J11 – MacBook Air (11-inch, Mid-2012)
J13 – MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid-2012)
Stealth – MacBook (12-inch)
J90 – Mac Pro (Round)
K5B – Mac Pro (Mid-2012) & Mac Pro Server (Mid-2012)
Kaleidoscope – Mac Mini (early 2006)
Q88 – Mac mini
Twiggy – Mac mini
MacMan and Columbus – iMac G3 (Bondi Blue)
C1 – iMac (Bondi Blue)
Elroy – iMac (Bondi Blue)
Fino – iMac G5 20"
Hero – iMac G5 (17-inch, 20-inch)
Horizon – iMac G4 (USB 2.0; 15-, 17-inch)
J30 – iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2012)
J31 – iMac (27-inch, Late 2012)
Kihei – iMac, iMac DV, iMac DV+, iMac DV SE
Kiva – iMac (summer 2001)
Life Savers – iMac (5 Flavors)
M23 – iMac G5 20"
P7 – iMac, iMac DV, iMac DV+, iMac DV SE
P79 – iMac G4 (17-inch Flat Panel)
P80 – iMac G4 (Flat Panel)
Q26B – iMac G4 (15-inch USB 2.0)
Q26C – iMac G4 (17-inch USB 2.0)
Q45C – iMac G5 (Ambient Light Sensor) 17-inch
Q45D – iMac G5 (Ambient Light Sensor) 20-inch
Q87 – iMac G5 iSight (17-, 20-inch)
Tailgate – iMac (Bondi Blue)
Tessera – iMac G4 (flat panel)
Bismol – iBook
Lanai – iBook
Marble – iBook G3 (Dual USB)
P1 – iBook
P1.5 – iBook (FireWire)
P29 – iBook (Dual USB)
P54 – iBook (14.1 LCD)
P72B – iBook (Opaque 16 MB VRAM)
P72B – iBook (32 MB VRAM)
P73D – iBook (800/900 MHz 32 MB VRAM)
P92 – iBook (late 2001)
Q72 – iBook G4 (early 2004)
Q72B – iBook G4 (mid-2005)
Q73 – iBook G4 (early 2004)
Q73B – iBook G4 (mid-2005)
Son of Pismo – iBook (14.1 LCD)
Northern Lights – eMac (ATI Graphics)
P69 – eMac
Q86J – eMac (2005)
Aladdin – Macintosh SE simulation
Aladdin – Macintosh SE FDHD
Aladdin – Macintosh Quadra 605
Amazon – Macintosh Quadra 950
Apollo – Macintosh Classic II
Atlantic – Macintosh IIcx
Aurora – Macintosh IIcx
Aurora II – Macintosh IIci
Becks – Macintosh II
Blackbird – Macintosh IIfx
Brazil 16c – Macintosh IIvx
Brazil 32c – Macintosh IIvi
Cabernet – Macintosh II
Chablis – Macintosh SE
Chablis – Macintosh SE FDHD
Civic – Macintosh Classic
Cobra – Macintosh IIcx
Cobra II – Macintosh IIci
Crusader – Macintosh Quadra 630
Cyclone – Macintosh Quadra 840AV
Darwin – Macintosh Quadra 900
Dragonkok – Macintosh LC 580
Eclipse – Macintosh Quadra 900
Elsie – Macintosh LC
Elsie III – Macintosh LC III
Erickson – Macintosh IIsi
Espirit – Macintosh Portable
Evo 200 – Macintosh Quadra 700
Fafnir – Macintosh SE/30
Fat Mac – Macintosh 512k, 512ke
Foster Farms – Macintosh LC II
Four Square – Macintosh IIfx
Freeport – Macintosh SE
Freeport – Macintosh SE FDHD
Fridge – Macintosh Quadra 800
F-16 – Macintosh IIfx
F-19 – Macintosh IIfx
Green Jade – Macintosh SE/30
Hook – Macintosh LC 520
Hook 33 – Macintosh LC 550
IIce – Macintosh Quadra 700
IIex – Macintosh Quadra 900
IIxi – Macintosh IIfx
Ikki – Macintosh II
Laguna – Macintosh Portable
LD50 – Macintosh TV
Lisa – Macintosh XL
Little Big Mac – Macintosh II
Macintosh – Macintosh 128K
Malibu – Macintosh Portable
Maui – Macintosh SE
Maui – Macintosh SE FDHD
Milwaukee – Macintosh II
Montana – Macintosh Classic II
Mr. T – Macintosh Plus
Oceanic – Macintosh IIsi
Optimus – Macintosh LC 575
Pacific – Macintosh IIci
Paris – Macintosh II
Peter Pan – Macintosh TV
Pinball – Macintosh LC
PlusPlus – Macintosh SE
PlusPlus – Macintosh SE FDHD
Pomona – Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh
Premise 500 – Macintosh Quadra 900
Primus – Macintosh Quadra 605
Prism – Macintosh LC
Quadra 1000 – Macintosh Quadra 840AV
Raffica – Macintosh IIsi
Ray Ban – Macintosh IIsi
Reno – Macintosh II
Shadow – Macintosh Quadra 700
Show Biz – Macintosh Quadra 630
Show & Tell – Macintosh Quadra 630
Slice – Macintosh Color Classic
Smoke and Mirrors – Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh
Spartacus – Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh
Speedbump 610 – Macintosh Quadra 610
Speedbump 650 – Macintosh Quadra 650
Spike – Macintosh Quadra 700
Spock – Macintosh IIx
Stealth – Macintosh IIfx
Stingray – Macintosh IIci
Stratos – Macintosh IIx
Tempest – Macintosh Quadra 660AV
Typhoon – Macintosh Quadra 840AV
Uzi – Macintosh II
Vail – Macintosh LC III
Weed Whacker – Macintosh IIfx
Wombat 33 – Macintosh Quadra 800
XO – Macintosh Classic
Zone 5 – Macintosh IIfx
Zydeco – Macintosh Quadra 950
Cortland – Apple IIGS
Tenspeed – Apple IIgs ROM 3


Miscellaneous

Taligent - Apple-IBM co-developed OS (Apple pulled out, though)
Copland - planned successor to Classic Mac OS, alternative codename for OS 8
Brick – Apple's aluminum unibody manufacturing process
Garta & T288 – An augmented reality device & prototype
Luck & Franc – Apple Glasses, an augmented reality device
Nexus – Retail Store Initiative
Magnolia – Apple facility including a regenerative thermal oxidizer to reduce pollution
Titan – Apple Car
Alexander – Safari (web browser)
Firenze - Mac App Store
Fuse – Apple Music
iMusic – iTunes
Madrid – iMessage
Matador – Spotlight
Serenity – Swift Playgrounds
Warhol – QuickTime
Figment – Modern Memory Manager (PowerPC)
Gala Tea – MacInTalk 3.2 Text to Speech (from mis-pronouncing Galatea)
Ironwood – Dictation Services
Jackson Pollock – 32-Bit QuickDraw
Killer Rabbit – AppleShare
M33 – Built-in iSight (2005)
Marklar – Switching to x86 architecture and the Intel chip platform
Marzipan – iOS app support in macOS
Mesa – Touch ID
Pearl – Face ID
rOS – Reality Operating System
Skia – QuickDraw GX
StarBoard – A system shell for stereo AR-enabled apps
Stark – CarPlay
Stockholm – Apple Pay
SuperMario – Toolbox ROM version $077D
T29 – ThunderBolt (interface)
TFS (Turbo File System) – HFS
Tundra – CoreMediaIO
Ubiquity – iCloud

To do:

pre-9.0 tvOS codenames
Apple software (like iTunes)
Some of the non-Mac OSs (like A/UX, ProDOS, and the Lisa OS)
Homepod/audioOS codenames?

If you can, please help out by posting some codenames in the comments.

Sources
Code:
https://www.imore.com/macos-version-code-names
https://www.imore.com/ios-version-codenames
https://www.imore.com/tvos-version-code-names
https://www.imore.com/watchos-version-code-names
https://www.betaarchive.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=23090
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Apple_codenames

Author:  tarquin44 [ Thu Nov 21, 2019 1:44 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Mac OS (and other) Codenames

Some Classic Mac beta codenames:

6.0a9 juggler
6.0.6a15 pinball/ray ban
7.0a9 sanjose
7.0b4 superbeta
7.1b7 shuswap
7.1.1b6 surcease
7.5b2 mozart
7.5b5c3 capone
7.5.3 rev.3s1c3 moriarty
7.6.1 spinal
7.6.1 spittle
7.7a2 speedy
7.7a3c1 strikesback
8.0a4 subatomic
8.0a5 spooky
8.0b2 surreal
8.0.1d5c3 shangrila
8.1d9 sequoia
8.1b4 salute
8.1b2 steve
8.1a4 sumptuous
8.2d8 snowman
8.2a2 southpark
8.2a4 sequins
8.5a8 scantling
8.5b2c2 scimitar
8.5b6 semifinal
8.5.2d5 hans
8.6b3 harald
8,6b3 hammerfest
8.6a3c2 horatio
8.7a6c2 sarah
8.7b3c2 signed
8.7a3 stoneage
9.0b4c3 sealed
9.2d8 slurm!

Author:  mrpijey [ Thu Nov 21, 2019 2:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Mac OS (and other) Codenames

Do you have any source for these?

Author:  tarquin44 [ Thu Nov 21, 2019 3:24 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Mac OS (and other) Codenames

mrpijey wrote:
Do you have any source for these?



Most of my list were sourced from Macintosh Garden or Macintosh Repository.

I have, or had most of them running in various emulators over the years and
can post screen shots if required.

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