Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has announced in the conference call that Apple next generation operating system for Mac OS X would hit Mac App Store on Wednesday. As expected, this would come in the form of an OTA upgrade for existing Mac OS X Lion users. However, rest of the folks need to upgrade to the latest version of Mac OS X Lion to upgrade to Mac OS X Mountain Lion.
Previously, Mountain Lion was seeded only to registered developers in the form of GM version. Mac OS X Mountain Lion is a hybrid of iOS and Mac OS X features which includes 200 new features including Notification Center, deep Twitter and Facebook integration, Notes, Reminders, Gatekeeper, iMessages, etc. ¬†We are currently not sure about the exact timing when it would be made available on Mac App Store.
Mac OS X Mountain Lion would cost $19. Keep the credit ready on your Mac App Store folks because Mac OS X Mountain Lion is surely coming tomorrow. Will you download? Let’s know in comment section.