Apple's on a charge today and has just released the Mac OS X Lion developer preview via the Mac App Store. The good news is it's full of fancy new features, including Launchpad, an app launcher that displays all of your Mac apps in one easy to use screen; Mission Control, a unification of Expose, Dashboard, Spaces, and full screen apps; and some new multi-touch gestures.
Apple has released Mac OS X Lion Apple's Mac App Store early Wednesday morning and, as promised, is selling for $29.99. There's no going into an Apple store and buying a copy of this new operating system for Intel-based Apple laptop... Read Post
Two days ago, we first reported that Apple was likely to release a developer beta of OS X Lion "soon". Well, how's this for soon? This morning, alongside their new MacBook Pros, Apple has announced the developer preview of the lates... Read Post
Apple has issued a software update via the Mac App Store to Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4, originally released last week. This update is the second time Apple has updated the Mountain Lion Developer Preview via the Mac App Store... Read Post