After a long, long wait, Lion is finally here. During Apple’s Q3 Fiscal Year 2011 Quarterly Earnings Call, it has been officially confirmed that the next generation desktop operating system, Mac OS X Lion, is to be released tomorrow on July 20th. We have no details as of the exact time it will be out, however the fact that it has been confirmed is already great news. In the recent days, we have been smelling a very close release of 20th, as many retail stores around the world have been posting up Lion posters, and posters including the purchase of Lion with Apple’s gift card.
OS X Lion will be available for download only via the Mac App Store for $29.99, as well as Lion Server which is avaiable for $49.99.
About the Author: Kenta Arai is a tech enthusiast who was born in the Kanagawa Prefecture of Japan. His passion towards technology began to develop as he grew up in Hong Kong, where technology had its solid place in the mass market. Arai became one of the most enthusiastic technophile student in his high-school, and was also well-known for consulting many of his school-mates when purchasing new computers. His expertise in the tech industry is focused on Apple Inc. and Google Inc.