Following the release of OS X Mountain Lion this morning, MacStories notes that Apple has now completely removed OS X Lion from the Mac App Store.
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Very shortly after it was released, OS X Mountain Lion had already risen to the tippy top of the Mac App Store charts, where it currently has over 750 ratings – over 700 of which are positive!
In all the excitement about Mountain Lion, we don’t want Lion users to think we’ve forgotten them. Apple has released Safari 6 for OS X Lion. It’s available through Software Update on your Mac Desktop.
Apple released OS X 10.8, Mountain Lion today, and the reviews around the web are coming in, and while it’s not unanimous, it looks like the “experts” are loving Mountain Lion! I know I’m digging it, but lets see what other sites are saying…
Since OS X Mountain Lion is only available from the Mac App Store, some folks without broadband internet may feel a bit put out. Well, not to worry! Apple has answered this complaint by offering up its store’s Wi-Fi networks to the public to use for downloading the update.
OS X Mountain Lion is finally here, and we’re sure you’re anxious to install it! Fortunately, upgrading to Mountain Lion is easy! If this is your first upgrade, however, or just want to make sure you’re “doing it right,” we’ve got a guide for you!
OS X Mountain Lion is debuting, and with it comes one of my favorite features: Dictation! The new version of Apple’s venerable OS X operating system will allow you to talk to enter text instead of typing it by hand in just about any app on your Mac.
Hooray! OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion has finally arrived, and we’re sure you’re anxious to drop your $20 and grab it from the Mac App Store, so head over and get that download started!
While some may choose to upgrade to Mountain Lion from Lion or Snow Leopard, others will want a clean, fresh install of Mountain Lion to make sure they can take advantage of all its default settings! If you fall in that category, this guide is for you!
Considering that OS X Mountain Lion will only be available through the Mac App Store, Some people worry about the lack of a restore disc. We’ll explain how to create your own bootable OS X Mountain Lion installer.
Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed in Apple’s quarterly earnings press release posted a few moments ago that OS X Mountain Lion will become available starting tomorrow, July 25th. The update will be available for just $19.99 in the Mac App Store.
Just in case you didn’t get your “final reminder” from Apple, be aware that you need to save your iWork.com documents by July 31. Otherwise, they all go poof!
As with many people my first thoughts when I bought my first Mac were about what sorts of programs I could get. For those of you in the same boat, I’ve put together a list of ten of my favorite Mac apps.
The month of July is winding down, and Apple has already begun providing their AppleCare reps with Mountain Lion, suggesting that the public release could happen within days.
Don’t forget – If you purchased a new Mac between June 1th and Mountain Lion’s launch, you are eligible for a free upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion! Here’s what you need to know.
Expectations are that Apple will release Mountain Lion next week. They’ll be launching Mountain Lion Server at the same time. It’s a revolutionary server platform in many ways, not the least is that it’ll only cost $19.99.