An analyst says that the operating system of Apple Mac OS X may merge with its smartphone or the tablet operating system iOS. The reason for this is to increase sales and make the product simpler for users. The merging of operating system as Peter Misek claimed that Apple is gradually merging the two platforms and this will be the upcoming A6 processor.
The A6 processor will use in the next five years for the smartphone, tablet and notebook, then eventually use in the iPhone 5, iPad 3 and MacBook Air. The US analyst suggestion is very fanciful however very interesting, but with Jefferies & Company claims might have a sense of direction, in Misek statement, “We believe Apple is looking to merge iOS (iPhones/iPads) with OS X (Macs) into a single platform for apps and cloud services starting in 2012-13.” Specifically, Misek sees the Macbook Air gaining Apple’s next processor, the “A6,” as he calls it, in the second half of 2012, or some time in 2013, following the debut of the chip in the “iPad 3” in the first quarter of 2012, and in the “iPhone 5” next summer. (Misek considers the forthcoming iPhone to be the “iPhone 4S.” but will Apple will also claim this mere speculation from Jefferies & Company?
The smartphone revolution has become rampant, mobile technologies has improved its operating system. As Apple will soon release the combination of Mac OS X and iOS that will result to A6 processor, the Google also waits in its Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone and tablet versions of Android. For the Microsoft Windows, by next year Windows 8 will be release. Windows 8 will create a big gap to the desktop and tablet Oss. RIM brings the line in its smartphone and PlayBook tablet.
Those I have mentioned above have facts. This would a little bit ambitious and nonsensical to Apple in its merging operating system Mac OS X and iOS, although there are cosmetics from the iOS that was retouches into the Mac OS X 10.7 Lion. The merging of OS might be the last move to end the competition in the market and ruled the platform.