By Greg MillerUpdated Apr 15, 2019 06:37:12With the release of iOS 9, Apple’s MacBook Air was upgraded to Mac OS 10.10 Yosemite, bringing with it an upgraded version of the Mac OS that includes the popular Mac Pro, new keyboards, and new accessories.
Mac OS 8.4, the first version of Mac OS to ship in this year, was also upgraded to Yosemite, but Apple had a lot of work to do to get it ready for Apple’s next-gen Mac.
Mac OS X Yosemite was first introduced back in October, with the first update to OS X scheduled to arrive this summer.
OS X is the most recent major release of Apple’s software suite, with many of the software improvements and additions coming in the form of new features and tools, like the Touch Bar and Touch ID.
Apple’s Mac OS was also updated in 2018, introducing the Mac App Store, which allows developers to make apps for the Mac, iPad, and iPhone.
Mac OS 10 is the last major version of OS X, and it will be the first major release for iOS, which has been a dominant force in the Mac market for the last few years.
Apple is expected to introduce new versions of iOS for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch over the next few months.
In the meantime, Apple has been working on iOS 9.0, and AppleInsider has learned that the company will be releasing an iOS 9 beta to the public next month.
AppleInsider asked for clarification on when the Mac Air will get iOS 9 updates.
A spokesperson for Apple declined to comment.
AppleInsane previously reported that Mac Air owners will be getting iOS 9 in June, and that there will be updates for the MacBook Air in July and August.
AppleInsane has reached out to Apple for comment.