A new report says Apple is putting the finishing touches on iOS 8 in preparation for a September iPhone 6/iOS 8 launch event. Apple is currently projected to be planning a mid-September iPhone event. Apple is also said to be aiming for an October debut for OS X Yosemite.
9to5Mac says Apple will focus on the iPhone 6 and iOS 8 at the mid-September event. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will headline the event, as the debut date of the 5.5-inch model is still up in the air. This jibes with previous reports that the debut of the larger iPhone 6 may be delayed until 2015.
The report notes that iOS 8 is on track for a fall debut, with the fifth and final beta version expected to be seeded to developers on Monday, August 4th. A golden master of iOS 8 will likely drop near the end of August, or early September.
9to5Mac also says that OS X Yosemite will launch in October, with the final Yosemite Developer Preview expected to be seeded to developers on September 29, with a final golden master dropping around October 10th.
The publication also notes that October will see the possible introduction of the much-rumored iWatch.
Apple may also introduce several new Yosemite related products, including a 12-inch MacBook with a hi-res display, and a new desktop unit, which may be an iMac or a standalone 4K resolution monitor.