Mountain Lion OS X 10.8 Will be Launched on Wednesday, July 25th
Next version of Montain Lion, OS X 10.8, by Apple Inc. is expected to launch on July 25 that will be scheduled “overnight” to Apple Stores in U.S. as well as overseas on July 24th as reported by 9to5Mac.
“We’ve heard a few whispers (3 and counting) that Apple Stores both in the United States and overseas have planned overnights for Tuesday, July 24th,” writes Seth Weintraub of 9to5Mac. “With OS X Mountain Lion launching ‘in July,’ according to Apple, we believe that it is sensible to speculate that this overnight may point to a public launch the following day.”
The current version of Mac OS has many of the improvements and features including Power Nap, Gatekeeper, Notification Center and many more. Apple Insider has reported that AirPlay gets an upgrade in the upcoming version of OS X. AirPlay mirroring is the wireless distribution system for audio and video, and the upgrade will enable wireless mirroring of the screen on Macs to that on Apple TV attached HDTV display. Such enhanced features place the next version among the most anticipated version of OS.
Apple has already released the developer version of the operating system, dubbed Gold Master, on Monday.
This downloadable OS X version for non-developers will be available in $19.99.
Apple will also release its third quarter results on July 24th.
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