Apple is set to release the final build of its new operating system, OS X Mavericks 10.9, at the end of October 2013 according to 9to5Mac. The rumor is that this version of Apple's desktop operating system would launch along side its next series of Mac computers.
9to5Mac's Mark Gurman is the source of this speculation thanks to his anonymous Apple sources who provided him with this info. He reports that delaying the release date was meant for engineers to have more time removing bugs and glitches with iOS 7. An interesting fact to note is that Apple produced OS X Mountain Lion (Maverick's predecessor) in July 2012 after its earnings report. Presented at this year's developer conference, OS X Mavericks was well received with its numerous refinements to the desktop OS.
Two new iPhones are set to premiere on September 10 with the final installation of iOS 7 being shipped with them at the end of September. If this is true, it contradicts previous assertions that iOS 7 and OS Mavericks would arrive together this September. Of course, rumors are going to increase until next Tuesday but tune in here since we'll give you all the news you need about Apple's next set of programs and gadgets.