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Apple will release OS X Mountain Lion in July for $19.99 at the Mac App Store

Apple's next installment of the OS X operating system, called Mountain Lion (version 10.8), may be released as soon as July 25.

According to Mac Rumors, this exact date of release is based off of the fact that Apple retail stores will be conducting store updates the night of July 24. It speculates that these updates will include installations of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion on all store Macs, as well as the addition of promotional information throughout the store.

OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion will be Apple's ninth operating system update in the OS X series (unless you count the public beta version "Kodiak," which would make this the 10th release). 

Apple has priced OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion at $19.99 and it will be available for download in the Mac App Store. 

Source: MacRumors



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RE: fragmentation
By Tony Swash on 7/16/2012 7:53:53 PM , Rating: 2
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Wah wah wah is all I hear from you on EVERY Apple article. It must be nice to be able to patent a shape and get away with it and use that as your only "evidence" in all court cases pertaining to tablets. Apple is not the greatest company in the world nor did they "invent" anything BESIDES great marketing. PLEASE oh PLEASE enlighten me on how Apple is going to "invent" or "revolutionize" the TV once they release their iTV. Well it won't be named iTV atleast in the UK as they have already been warned by the real ITV but I and everyone else knows, that Apple will take them to court and somehow (bribe) the judges into letting them use the name. ITV has been since 1955 and yet Apple will own that name soon enough. Feel free to enlighten me on that topic as well since you know any and all things.


You are getting all worked up about a non-existant legal action that may happen at some point in the future, pertaining to a non-existant product that may never be announced. It appears Apple's success may have driven you into a seriously anxious state. Calm down. There are more important things to fret about such as real problems like how on earth is Google ever going to deal with the non-deployment of Android system updates, hardware fragmentation amongst Android devices and the spread of Android malware.


RE: fragmentation
By momorere on 7/16/2012 11:07:35 PM , Rating: 2
Please explain how you can even fathom the idea that Apple would have any remote chance of any court case with ITV. They have broadcasting TV since 1955. LONG before Apple and even before your Lord and Savior Steve came along. Personally, I don't even have a "smart" phone and don't care for them. I just hate how Apple is portrayed as the innovators and inventors of all things electronic and their sheeple's godly views of them. Just look in the mirror and you'll see what I'm talking about.

I knew you'd pull out the deflection shield and totally dodge all points that I brought up. It is what we all come to expect from the Great Tony. Now go curl up in the corner in the fetal position, with your Steve Jobs doll, that you bought before Apple had them taken off Ebay. Just rock back and forth telling yourself that it will all be ok. We will all see you once again pop in on the next Apple article and pull the trigger quickly with your legal jargon then run and hide once again. Have a great day.


RE: fragmentation
By Tony Swash on 7/17/2012 6:35:31 AM , Rating: 2
What can I say - you are talking about imaginary events that you think may happen in the future.

I have no opinions about your imaginary event except it's a bit weird to be so obsessed with it.


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