iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite to be released separately



Apple is planning to release the iOS 8  with the iPhone 6 and  a month later, the OS X Yosemite despite the fact that both OS have a tight integration,  which can make the Cupertino company ecosystem even more cohesive and efficient,  writes 9to5Mac. While in 2013, Apple focused on the new iOS interface development, causing delaying on the desktop version, this year could be the opposite. Yosemite is a slight delay on the development, so it may take time and additional human resources. The company was initially intends to publish in contemporary operating systems, but these rumors cast doubt on this possibility.

“Apple intends to spread the release of operating systems, said sources familiar with the plans of the company. iOS 8 will be released in September along with iPhone 6, while OS X Yosemite debut a month later, in October. Last year, Apple smashed the release date of  iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks, as part of development for Mac OS to support the mobile platform. This year the company will go in exactly the opposite, and the staff leading the development of iOS 8, will participate in the preparation of OS X Yosemite “.

Earlier it was reported that Apple plans to release the end of July, the first public beta version of OS X Yosemite. The company wants to ensure that users who wished to participate in beta testing will have access to a stable OS. This does not exclude the possibility that the release of the first public version of OS X Yosemite beta will be in early August.

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