Apple Stores to receive Mountain Lion update on July 24

Macworld Australia Staff
16 July, 2012
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Apple stores will close for an overnight reshuffle on July 24 to prepare for the launch of OS X Mountain Lion the following day, according to reports.

Following a similar pattern to the launch of OS X Lion last year, Apple is believed to be launching its newest operating system the day after its Q3 earnings announcement.

9to5Mac’s sources have told them that Apple Stores will receive a revamped look ahead of the Mountain Lion announcement with posters to go on the windows and computers to receive an OS X upgrade.

“One employee tells us that it is basically just a few guys running around with the master image installing it on every Mac.  Notably, some stores we’ve spoken to haven’t heard of any overnight…yet,” 9to5Mac writes.

OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion costs $20.99 to upgrade to from the Mac App Store, with the Golden Master version available to developers since early last week.



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