Mac OS X Lion is Confirmed To Hit Mac App Store Tomorrow

by monis on July 20, 2011 · 0 comments

Filed in: Launches,Macbooks,News,Software

During the Q3 earning earning call today, Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer confirmed that the company is all set to seed Mac OS X Lion on Mac App Store tomorrow. Undoubtedly, rumors also suggested same day for the release. You may want to backup all of your data before upgrading to Mac OS X Lion. There are many different utilities available in Mac App Store in addition to the in built ‘Time Machine’. 

Mac OS X Lion will arrive in the form of an OTA update where you have to download 4GB of data. However, Apple servers may fail you in the first attempt due to a heavy traffic. But we know that Apple will do proper management to deliver the upgrade to everyone. The next generation of Operating System for Mac will cost you $29.99 only. Now, all you need to do is to sit back and wait for the final release. Usually, Apple releases software upgrades at 11 PM (Indian Time). Our fingers are already crossed. We hope that it would be a huge success once again.

Are you excited?

 



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