Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 4 Brings A Change in The Login Screen

by monis on June 17, 2011 · 1 comment

Filed in: Launches,Macbooks,News


Yesterday, Apple released the Mac OS X Lion developer preview 4 ahead of the launch of the in July through the Mac App Store. As expected, not many of the changes have been noticed from many people except a revamp in the login screen. You can check out the screenshots of both the login screens (old and new) and realize the difference between them. Earlier, it used to be a light grayish feel of the screen which has been now changed to the Dark grey. 

As reported before, Apple has included the ‘restart to safari‘ option which lets you reboot directly in the browser, thereby preventing the access to the private date of the user. Hopefully, as per the Apple ETA, you would be able to download the final version of Mac OS X Lion in July. You can checkout all the features of Mac OS X Lion from here. It is still unclear that the Mac OS X Lion will undergo another preview for developers when the launch is at the other corner.

Let’s know if you find any other difference in the Mac OS X Lion developer preview 4. We would love to hear from you.

Screenshot courtesy : iClarified



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Anonymous June 17, 2011 at 10:31 am

nice…