Back at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2014, Apple showcased the upcoming OS X Yosemite which is expected to hit the devices this fall.
While Apple hasn’t announced an exact availability date, a new report says that Apple will launch the OS Yosemite in late October, a month later than the iOS 8.
9to5Mac”s Mark Gurman says — citing his sources who have been accurate many times in the past — Apple will release the next version of OS X, which is OS X Yosemite, by the end of October. He further says that Apple will continue to release Developer Previews every two to three weeks until the final version of the preview on September 29th. In addition, the gold master version of the operating system will launch on October 10th.
Apple is also expected to start the public beta from tomorrow as per reports, which will be available for the first one million users who will pre-register. Similar to last year, Apple will release the update via the Mac App Store for free after the Gold Master version on October 10th.
There’s no word from Apple about the exact launch date, but we’ll update you as soon as we hear more.
Source: 9To5MacFiled Under: Apple, Top News