Last week, we reported on the rumors of a July 25th launch date for Apple's next generation OS X v10.8 Mountain Lion. Reports now claim Apple has seeded OS X Mountain Lion to their Apple Care representatives at its retail stores, possibly so the newer OS can be installed on their main Macs ahead of the launch this upcoming week.
With just over a week left in the month of July that is expected to see the launch OS X Mountain Lion, 9to5Mac reports that Apple has officially distributed the final version of OS X Mountain Lion to members of its AppleCare support... Read Post
In the latest sign of OS X Mountain Lion’s imminent release to the public, Apple has seeded the next-generation Mac operating system to its AppleCare representatives. AppleCare representatives have been testing OS X Mountain Lion on... Read Post
AppleInsider is reporting that many Apple Retail Stores have extended employees to overnight shifts for the 24th of July, which could point to an OS X v10.8 Mountain Lion launch on July 25th. In addition, the reports suggest Apple h... Read Post