Mac OS X Lion coming tomorrow?

Mac OS X Lion coming tomorrow?
Although unconfirmed, multiple reports are claiming that Apple's Mac OS X Lion operating system will be available tomorrow.

The upgrade is available as a digital download only, for Mac users running 10.6.8 Snow Leopard, and will cost just $30.



Apple retail stores have allegedly received final copies of Lion, in order to upgrade in-store demo units.

Additionally, Apple will be holding employees overnight in order to train them on the new operating system.

For more information on OS X 10.7 Lion check here: Apple WWDC 2011: $30 OS X Lion, iOS 5, free iCloud

Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 19 Jul 2011 12:59
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  • 2 comments
  • Morreale

    "The power of Mac OS X. The magic of iPad."

    Seriously??? Getting rid of my iMac ASAP.

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    19.7.2011 14:41 #1

  • bobiroc

    "Additionally, Apple will be holding employees overnight in order to train them on the new operating system."

    They need training? I thought MacOS was so easy anyone could use it and figure it out without training. I would hope that Apple employees would be better at that than most.

    Besides isn't Lion mostly OS 10.6 with the the Apple App store added in.

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    19.7.2011 23:33 #2

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