Mountain Lion OS X is already in the Mac App Store for USD $19.99
As announced yesterday , the new version of Apple’s operating system, OS X Mountain Lion, was released today on Mac App Store to $19.99. Only available through this store. In addition, it eliminated the ability to download the previous version, 10.7 or “Lion”.
The Operating System includes several improvements that we saw in beta , and tighter integration with icloud, support for Notes, Reminders, and IMessage through the new application Messages. It also added the Notification Center, the “Power Nap” that allows you to update content while the computer is asleep, the ability to dictate to the computer, the more tools to share, Game Center and Gatekeeper for security.
Phil Schiller, vice president of marketing for the company said in a statement that “people will love the new features in Mountain Lion and how easy it is to download and install from the Mac App Store. Integration with icloud, Mountain Lion is even easier to configure, and your information is kept updated on all devices so you can still edit documents, taking notes, create reminders and continuing conversations either if you began on a Mac iPhone or iPad. “
After the first hours of availability of the software some users have reported problems with the purchase and download, possibly because there are many people trying to do the same, so it is advisable to have a little patience. We are testing the operating system and we will keep our impressions later today.
Link: OS X Mountain Lion (Mac App Store)Tags: Apple, discharge, Mountain Lion OS X, Operating System, OS X