OS X Developers to Speed up Apple iOS 7 Release

While Apple is trying to fix all bugs and problems related to the iOS 6, the rumors suggest the fact that the Fruit Company is already under development of the future iOS 7. However, recent rumors state the fact that the iOS 7 development is behind schedule and Apple team has gathered all its OS X developers in order to speed up the process.

Apple iOS 7 Release

This rumor is somehow confirmed by the fact that Apple is planning to release the new version of its operating system at the Worldwide Developer Conference, which is scheduled at the beginning of June. Within this event, the Fruit Company has always released a new developer version for its famous iOS. Since Apple is using all its Mac resources in order to speed up the iOS process, a possible delay of the iOS 7 release might as well generate delays within the new version of OS X.

The new iOS 7 is assumed to display an entirely new interface, with significant improvements and changes in order to clear all those arguments suggesting that the iOS is out-dated. Apple’s device interface developer, Jony Ive is planning to add some radical changes to iOS, changes that Apple would not want to reveal to the public until the iOS is released.

However, as with any other product released by Apple, rumors started to surround the next iOS. Apparently, the operating system will carry polarizing filter on the iPhone display, which will decrease angle perception, so other observers will not be able to see what the iPhone’s interface is displaying. First rumors surrounding the release of iOS 7 started in January. However, we do not know for sure when and if new iOS will be launched for the public.

Now, the most probably is that Apple is facing some difficulties in developing its new iOS version and the Cupertino-based company is using all its resources in order to make it happen. In this respect, all OS X 10.9 developers are being engaged in developing the new mobile operating system.

This is not the first time Apple is facing this problem. Back in 2007, Apple also took some Mac resources in order to reveal the new iPhone. At that time, Apple offered a press release suggesting the fact “iPhone contains the most sophisticated software ever shipped on a mobile device, and finishing it on time has not come without a price we had to borrow some key software engineering and QA resources from our Mac OS X team.” Consequently, the Fruit Company was unable to release the OS Leopard version within the Worldwide Developer Conference in June 2007.

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