Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Mac OS X Lion and iCloud to be introduced

At the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple CEO Steve Jobs, announced that Mac OS X Lion IOS would be introduced this year and iCloud would be introduced next fall. It will be free for iOS 5 and OS X Lion users. iCloud will be replacing Mobile Me (July 2012) and have the ability for users to sync their Apple devices in respect of email, photos, audio, video and files via internet storage.

OS X Lion will be available in July, will retail for $29.99. It is only going to be available through the Apple App store as an upgrade for OS X Snow Leopard users. LIon will have over 250 new features including an extended range of Multi finger  swipe gestures, full screen Apps, auto save, resume, Mission Control and Launch Pad.

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