Apples first OS X “Public Beta” was internally codenamed “Kodiak”
How many people knew that the first OS X “Public Beta” was internally codenamed “Kodiak”?
The Mac OS X Public Beta (internally codenamed “Kodiak”) was an early beta version of Apple Computer‘s Mac OS X operating system Cheetah. It was released to the public on September 13, 2000 for US$29.95. It allowed software developers and early adopters to test a preview of the upcoming operating system and develop software for the forthcoming operating system before its final release.