Even though Apple, at its World Wide Developers Conference, showed how it seamlessly integrated its two upcoming OS, iOS 8 and OS X 10.10, it seems like Apple will be releasing the two, for public, separately.
If news from MacX is to be believed, Apple may not launch the two new OS, iOS8 and OS X 10.10 “Yosemite” together in September.
Instead, MacX’s source from Apple’s briefings has reportedly said that iOS8 will be released in September, along with iPhone 6, and OS X 10.10 Yosemite will “have to be” postponed until late October.
A similar thing happened last year, when Apple released the OS of its two devices, separately, with OS X 10.9 being released before iOS 7. This was done to deploy staff from Apple’s OS X tea to the development of Flat UI based iOS 7.
But, in stark contrast this year, reports have surfaced that Apple will now be deploying staff from its iOS team to OS X 10.10 team, thus clearly indicating Apple’s focus, shifting more towards its Mac business.
Apple is expected to release the beta version of OX 10.10 late in this month, or early next month. Beta versions of iOS 8 are already out, with the 4th instalment, releasing a couple of days back.