Today saw an announcement from Apple before their WWDC event in which they revealed their schedule and what you can expect to see at the annual event. Included in that schedule was confirmation that there will be a preview of their latest Mac OS X, Lion at the event as we previously predicted.
Today we have news of a previous look at the software before the final preparations of the product before WWDC called Developer Preview 3. According to the article at Apple Insider the new build was adjudged to have a ‘more polished login screen,’ by Dan Bennet who showcased the OS.
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The new build also featured status information without having to login such as wireless signal and the clock. Its Safari Reading List feature is now functional and has an iOS style tray that allows users to open unread articles or all articles in new tab or window for preference.
The final, tweaked build of the Mac OS X Lion will be unveiled at WWDC as we know, but in the meantime you can check out more about the software in the full article at Apple Insider by clicking the link above.
What do you think of the new OS so far?