Apple delays the development of Mac OS X 10.7 in favor of iPhone OS 4.0



In an article on iPhone OS 4.0, John Gruber says that to accomplish the great amount of work remaining on the major upgrade of the OS, Apple has decided to discontinue development of the new version of Mac OS X (10.7 ).

According to Rumors, Apple would make Mac OS X 10.7 at WWDC to be held next June. Gruber says it's no longer the case, and that even if the development of Mac OS X 10.7 is still valid, Apple's priority is to combat the rise of Android at any price. She then distributed development teams and concentrated efforts of all its engineers on the development of firmware 4.0. According to Gruber, the next version of OS X could be Maco presented at the WWDC 2011.

The first beta was a great success by its many innovations, the increasing number of developers on the project indicates that the iPhone 4G will integrate other functions probably unknown to the general public. Now it has become clear that the next iPhone will be able to handle video conferences via iChat application type.


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