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Mac OS X 10.7 'Lion' Developer Preview Available 365

Posted by timothy
from the ok-I'm-a-little-envious-of-the-features dept.
kwolf22 writes "Today Apple is offering a developer preview of Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) to registered Mac developers. In addition, the Lion product page has been updated with new details. Among the updates is this exciting bit of news: Lion Server is now part of Mac OS X Lion." Adds reader Orome1: the new OS X "features Mission Control, a new view of everything running on your Mac; Launchpad, a new home for all your Mac apps; full screen apps that use the entire Mac display; and new Multi-Touch gestures. Lion also includes the Mac App Store, a place to discover, install and automatically update Mac apps."
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Mac OS X 10.7 'Lion' Developer Preview Available

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  • by loom_weaver (527816) on Thursday February 24, 2011 @03:47PM (#35304912)

    > eq

    You are using:
    [1] <Light> a back-lit keyboard
    [2] <Finger> a Ring bearing the Apple logo (hums)
    [3] <Finger> a one-button mouse
    [4] <Neck> a black turtleneck (glows) (hums)
    [5] <Neck> a thick beard
    [6] <Body> a black cashmere and silk sweater (glows)
    [7] <Head> The Reality Distortion Field (invisible)
    [8] <Legs> Levi 501s (hums)
    [9] <Feet> A Pair of Comfy Sneakers
    [10] <Hands> iPhone 4 (glows)
    [11] <Arms> black sleeves (glows)
    [12] <Shield> a 17" MacBook Pro (hums)
    [13] <About> iPod shuffle (glows) (hums)
    [14] <Waist> 1st generation iPad
    [15] <Wrist> An iPod Nano (glows)
    [16] <Wrist> An iPod Nano (glows)
    [17] <Wielded> Shrink-wrapped Xcode (glows)
    [18] <Held> An iPod touch (glows)

  • by edremy (36408) on Thursday February 24, 2011 @03:47PM (#35304914) Journal

    Yes, You can download the Lion Developer Preview, but it requires the App Store App, and the process has been a little quirky. Good Luck!

    And you can only get it in Kenya

    Well, at least our President can use it then.

  • by caseih (160668) on Thursday February 24, 2011 @06:25PM (#35307170)

    Actually until Snow Leopard, Apple seemed to be naming their OS after German tanks. Now I'm not saying they are... I'm just asking questions and you should too.

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