Amid the flurry of news, the company also announced today that it's one step closer to launching Mac OS X Lion.
Starting today, software developers will be able to get their hands on Mac OS X Lion. The developer preview is available to members of Apple's Mac Developer Program, and will give folks time to create programs that take advantage of Mac OS X Lion's new features before it hits store shelves.
Apple. The next version of Apple's operating system will deliver several new features, including Mission Control, which shows what's running on a given Mac, and Launchpad, which displays the user's many apps to help them find what they want to boot up. Apple says that Mac OS X Lion "takes some of the best ideas from iPad and brings them back to the Mac."
Mac OS X Lion will also come with support for Apple's Mac App Store. That marketplaceto Mac OS X Snow Leopard users. Those running previous versions of Apple's operating system aren't able to access the App Store.
Mac OS X Lion is expected to launch this summer.
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