Where’s Apple’s next OS X?
Last year, Apple surprised developers and analysts alike by debuting a preview of OS X Mountain Lion, then announcing it was shifting to an annual release schedule for its Mac operating system.
That was Feb. 16, 2012, a year and three weeks ago.
So where is OS X "Next," or whatever name Apple chooses for its latest operating system?
If Apple is on the same schedule as last year and the year before that — a preview in February, a July ship date — the company is running behind. In 2012, Apple offered registered developers their first look at OS X Mountain Lion on Feb. 16, then 161 days later shipped the upgrade. 2011’s schedule was similar, but with 147 days between OS X Lion’s developer preview and release.
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