Although we may not see an iPhone 5 announced at WWDC 2011 later on today, the event is still going to be huge as Apple will be lifting the curtain on their brand new Mac OS X software. It’s called Lion and reports last week suggest we may have a solid release date for the new software already.
The information has surfaced from 9to5 Mac, as an article published by them suggests that Mac OS X 10.7 Lion could be launching on June 14th, i.e just a week after Apple wraps up their WWDC 2011 activities.
However, the news is only according to their anonymous sources, with no solid evidence so you may want to take the June 14th date with a hint of caution. Either way, the official date and price will be revealed by Steve Jobs in a few hours time – are you looking forward to it?
If you are a regular Mac OS X user, let us know which features you would most like to see introduced into 10.7 Lion. A picture uploaded over to MacRumors suggests that Lion is going to take up a considerable portion of their event time, so expect to see lots of new features.
Are you excited about using 10.7 Lion?
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