Yesterday, Apple released the latest version of its operating system, OS X Lion. Apparently, a lot of people grabbed it. Over 1 million, to be more precise.
With new MacBook Airs, new Mac Minis and OS X Lion exploding onto the scene from Apple's fortress, today's a good day to make Apple love. Customers who were looking forward to OS X Lion, but not keen on having to download the 4GB OS update from the Mac App Store will be happy to hear that a USB flash drive version will come in August.
The latest version of Apple's operating system, OS X Lion, is all set to be made available for download tomorrow via the Mac App Store.
The next version of Apple's OS X, Lion, is set to be available in the Mac App Store next month. And it sounds like Apple is going to hold off on releasing any new hardware that would use it until it's available.
Apple is pulling back the curtain on Lion, the next incremental update to its Mac OS. It has all the "power of Mac OS X," with all the "magic of iPad." Oh brother — didn't the Ghostbuster teach us not to cross the streams long, long ago?
The next version of Apple's operating system, OS X Lion, looks to pave the way for laptops with an ultra-high resolution display, much like the iPhone 4. Currently, such displays are prohibitively expensive in sizes much bigger than a phone, but they won't stay that way forever.