OS X Lion is finally here! We already know that it’ll cost $29.99 from the Mac App Store in the US (App Store Link), and for the 250 features you get for your 30 clams, I’d say that’s a bargain. Here’s what it will cost around the world:
While Snow Leopard was available as a $29 upgrade for Leopard users as well, others had the option to purchase it in-store. This time around, all indications from Apple are that anyone running an earlier OS will be left out in the cold, although Apple will reportedly make a USB drive available with Lion on it for just $69.
Further, Mac OS X Lion Server is also available now, priced at $49.99.
The worldwide pricing stays close around the $30 mark. Here’s the full spread:
To find out what you need to do to get your computer ready for Lion, check out this awesome collection of tidbits we collected for you.