The final version of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion has finally been unveiled. Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior VP of Worldwide Product Marketing took the stage to announce the release month, July, and went over 10 of the operating system's "250 new features".
Apple will release its upcoming Mac OS X 10.7 Lion with the Mac App Store being the primary distribution channel, reports AppleInsider.
As soon as Apple released an early version of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion to developers it was only a matter of time, and now the disk image is being shared by a good few thousand users on various Torrent sites.
Not a registered Mac developer but still want to see some of the new features of OS X 10.7 Lion in action? The guys over at RazorianFly have spied a couple of YouTube videos of the new developer build, running on what appears to be some sort of MacBook Pro.
So you thought iPad 2 was the only real deal for the first half of 2011? Think again as new rumors are just in for more Apple devices getting a revision next year.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, at the Back to the Mac event, has just announced Mac OS X 10.7. It will be called Lion and is a significant update to OS X.
Apple has posted a new job description for a software engineer position, who will be involved in a new revolutionary feature in a future version of Mac OS X. Apple is calling this new feature as something that has never been seen or done before and that it will truly amaze everyone. Here is the full job description in question.
The greatest strength of Apple and its iPhone has always been the availability of nearly 200,000 apps in the iTunes App Store. No other phone manufacturer has so far been able to match the success that iPhone’s App Store has got. This amazing success of the App Store has led to people wondering if Apple would bring such a business model to its OS X platform as well.