Apple’s WWDC 2014 kicks off next month, and according to a recent report, the main focus of the event will be the next version of Apple’s desktop OS, OS X 10.10.
According to 9 to 5 Mac, Apple will be focusing more on OS X 10.10 at this years world wide developer conference, rather than focusing on Apple iOS 8.
OS X 10.10 is said to come with a major re-design over the current version, and according to the report, the scope of the changes will be similar to the changes made to the iPhone and iPad when iOS 7 was introduced last year.
Apple are apparently looking to use WWDC to heavily promote OS X 10.10 to developers, and the company has apparently pulled members from the iOS 8 team, to work on OS X 10.10.
Some of the new features in the latest version of Apple’s desktop OS are said to include similar toggle designs to iOS 7, plus sharper window corners, more defined icons, and increased white space.
Apple will apparently release OS X 10.10 to everyone some time this fall, and we wouldn’t be surprised if it lands 12 months after OS X 10.9 Mavericks was released.
Source 9 to 5 MacFiled Under: Apple, Top News