The ultimate Mac OS X Lion news and reviews round-up
- — 21 July, 2011 10:59
A new iMac and new MacBook Air with Apple's Mac OS X Lion.
OS X Lion is out in Australia, and it comes as standard on all Macs from now on. It's a cheap upgrade for anyone with a pre-existing copy of OS X Snow Leopard, costing only $31.99. It's a 4GB file, and Apple is advising users without broadband to bring their computers into an Apple Store to download the software wirelessly. Anyone who can't do this will have to wait for late August when the operating system becomes available in the Apple Store on a USB flash drive — although this carries an expensive extra cost, with the physical package costing $75.
Here's the full news on OS X Lion in the Mac App Store — how big it is, and how you can get it.
Read the complete and comprehensive Mac OS X Lion review, which covers every new feature and looks at every tiny change.
Our step-by-step guide to installing OS X Lion helps you through the process.
Once you're up and running, consider some small changes with the 5-minute OS X Lion configuration.
Take a closer look at the changes to the Finder and files in the new OS X Lion.
There have also been some changes to the interface in OS X Lion.
Check out the changes to some Apple apps in OS X Lion.
Should you install Mac OS X Lion from scratch, or upgrade?
Is it possible to install OS X Lion on top of an older OS, like Leopard?
If you mess something up, check out OS X Lion's recovery mode.
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