Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference developers kicks off next week, therefore people are beginning to get excited about what Apple will unveil at the show, a recent article posted on AppleInsider suggests that Mac OS X 10.7 Lion will make an appearance.
AppleInsider’s article points out that a developer build of Mac OS X 10.6.8 features a change which is said to enhance the Mac App Store for Mac OS X Lion, this suggests that not only is Lion coming pretty soon but it will also be purchasable via the Mac App Store.
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Despite being able to easily purchase and install Mac OS X 10.7 Lion from the Mac App Store it is thought that Lion will also be available on a disc, this ensures that everyone will be able to install the new OS version no-matter their situation.
Generally Apple’s software announcements result in them going live later that day, therefore we could potentially see Mac OS X 10.7 hit the Mac App Store sometime next week. Obviously there is a chance hat AppleInsider’s article is inaccurate, however it has been roughly 22 months since Snow Leopard was released therefore a major release is long overdue. It has to be said that it also makes sense to roll-out the update via the Mac App Store which was launched earlier this year.
Do you think a Max OS X 10.7 Lion launch will come next week?