According Jefferies & Co analyst Peter Misek, Apple is planning to merge the OS X and iOS. The 2012-2013  MacBook Air will be the first to use the new OS followed by other Macs in the next years.


We believe Apple is ready to start sampling the A6 quad-core app processor and will be the first such multi-device platform capable of PC-like strength.

Apple is looking to scrap their partnership with intel at least in the MacBook Air, And pushing it’s own A6 Chip preforms just like the most current consumer-grade Intel chips.

Users want to be able to pick up any iPhone, iPad, or Mac (or turn on their iTV) and have content move seamlessly between them and be optimized for the user and the device currently being used, […] We believe this will be difficult to implement if iOS and OS X are kept separate.

After Apple discontinued the white MacBook pushing more customers to get the MacBook Air, Many people will find themselves using the new OS by the next year. This transition may take a while to reach the iMac and the MacBook Pro, Maybe 4 years.


Do You think that OS X is really that old and it’s days are over ?




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