July 21, 2011

Mac OS X Lion Officially Available on Mac App Store

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Mac OS X Lion
In accordance with media speculation earlier this week, Apple finally launched its new Mac OS X Lion, Wednesday (07/20/2011) local time.

The Mac OS X Lion is the latest version of the Macintosh computer operating system that offers more than 250 additional features. This OS is already available in the new Macintosh products, while the old user can download the update on the Mac App Store for $29,99. As reported by the Straits Times, Thursday (07/21/2011).

"Lion adalah versi OS X terbaik yang pernah ada, dan kami sangat gembira para pengguna di seluruh dunia bisa mulai mengunduhnya hari ini," said Philip Schiller, Senior Vice-President of WorldWide Product Marketing Apple.

This software is the first Mac OS offered by Apple without a CD. If consumers are anxious to spend a lot of time to download a software upgrade for 4GB, Apple invited them to come to its retail stores and using their own WiFi.

The Mac OS X Lion was first introduced by Apple CEO Steve Jobs in the event the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, in early June, along with a music storage service iCloud as well as the latest version of its mobile operating system iOS 5.


I'd sure like to try out this one. Thanks for the post!

Mac OS X Lion is going ahead with the leopard, the roaring lion would get more welcome in shops..

I'm assuming you mean $29.99 and not $29,99? The comma makes it sound like a LOT more money!! ;)


The additional features in this release are great just like the improvements that Apple have been providing their operating systems for different platforms.

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