Mac OS X Mountain Lion now available for download
The wait is finally over. Apple’s new highly anticipated software is finally out in the market and is available for download at the Apple app store. The Mac OS X Mountain Lion is the latest update to Mac OS after the Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6.8). This version was announced yesterday by Tim Cook while announcing his thrill over the 17 million sales of iPad in the third quarter of 2012.
Tim Cook announced that the Mountain Lion update will be coming tomorrow.
We’ve also just updated the entire MacBook line, will release Mountain Lion tomorrow and will be launching iOS 6 this Fall. We are also really looking forward to the amazing new products we’ve got in the pipeline.
So yesterday’s tommorow is today and the update is finally here. Packed with over 200 features that Apple has declared to be the part of the new iPad, Mac OS X Mountain Lion has already started making its mark in the market. The new notifications center and ability to send imessages over to any iOS device makes Mountain Lion a must have for Mac users.
Head over to the Apple store to download your copy of Max OS X Mountain Lion priced at $19.99. [Mac App Store link]
The download is available and update is around 4.5 GB so you’ll be needing a solid broad band connection in order to download the update. Check out our installation guide for OS X Mountain Lion.
The release of Mountain Lion will be a brief appetizer for the Apple fans who are looking forward to the big day of iPhone 5 hitting the stores. The predicted date is around August so we will be expecting a lot from Apple as we get nearer to the August. Apart from the iPhone 5 saga, the iPad Mini will also be making its debut later this year.
In short, the Apple fans and the company itself are right now on a roller coaster ride. Are you among them? Share with us your thoughts and don’t forget to follow me on Twitter.