Apple To Release OS X 10.7.2 And iTunes 10.5 Before October 12th
While we’re waiting for the big launch of iOS 5 and iCloud on October 12th, reports are spreading suggesting that Apple will release both Mac OS X 10.7.2 and iTunes 10.5 final versions for public ahead of the October 12th launch.
The popular Japanese blog Macotakara got the news from a reliable source (Google Translated):
According to a reliable source, “OS X Lion Updater 10.7.2″ supporting iCloud and “iTunes 10.5″ supporting iOS 5 will be released before October 12, when iOS 5 released.
As written, OS X Lion 10.7.2 should come before that launch to bring support for iCloud while iTunes 10.5 will come before the launch to support upgrading to the final version of iOS 5.
iTunes 10.5 will also bring the iTunes Match feature built in for users in the US. This feature was unveiled along with iOS 5 and iCloud at Apple’s WWDC 2011 keynote back in June.
Apple’s iOS 5 is confirmed by Apple during its Let’s Talk iPhone event that it will be out for public on October 12th. iOS 5 comes with so many features including Twitter integration, new iOS notification center, photo editing, and more!
iOS 5 GM was released on the day of Let’s Talk iPhone, but only for developers. We’ll keep you posted whenever those downloads are available for public, stay tuned!