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Apple as early as Wednesday will launch two highly anticipated products: Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and new Thunderbolt-equipped MacBook Airs, AppleInsider has learned.

According to people with proven track records who would be in a position to know, the new product launches are set to occur later this week. Specifically, one person said the products would be released on Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. Eastern.

The latest details align with what AppleInsider was told earlier this month, when it reported that new MacBook Air models with backlit keyboards and Thunderbolt ports would launch the week of July 21.
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New white macbook and mac mini coming soon

Posted: 2011/07/14 by soheilmonzavi in Apple, Lion (Mac OS 10.7)

We have obtained some new information from our source, Mr. X, about Apple’s next Macs. Now that we have this info, we have determined that part numbers for new Mac Pros are not yet available. Instead, these part numbers are actually for an upgraded white MacBook and new Mac mini line.

 

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As We knew Mac OS 10.7 will release in July , and waiting is always Sucks !

for bringing peace in our Macintosh we need to update it ! But how?

if you Want to become ready for Lion , you Must ( that’s Sucks too) update your Snow Leopard to 10.6.8!

So right now click Software update (on your mac) or Here.

after apple released Lion you have just to buy Lion from Mac app Store and BOOM !

you already Updated!

iMessage on Mac? (video)

Posted: 2011/06/23 by Sadeq008 in Lion (Mac OS 10.7), Rumors
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We love Jan Michael Cart’s incredible iOS concept videos. We still wish Apple would bring his dashboard and voice recognition concepts to iOS 5.

Perhaps Cart’s latest idea is the one most closely in reach: he envisions cross-platform text chat between iOS and OS X computers, and foresees Apple releasing their new iMessage client on the Mac App Store.

I’m positive that Apple will do just this. After all, when they released FaceTime, they released a Mac client about three months after it hit iOS. If Apple does something similar for iMessage, we should see it on the Mac by the end of the year.

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Apple today pushed out a new developer preview version of Mac OS X Lion, offering an updated build of the company’s next-generation operating system for testing purposes. The new version is Build 11A419.

Changes included in the update are currently unknown. We’ve also heard that Apple pushed out a minor update via Software Update to developers testing the initial Lion build, an update that will allow them to download updates through the Mac App Store.

It was reported a few days ago that Apple is already nearing the release of “golden master candidate” versions to developers, despite a distinct lack of polish and even basic functionality in the initial version issued late last month. Consequently, developers will be looking closely at the new build for signs of progress.

Apple has stated that Mac OS X Lion will be released to the public this summer, and the operating system is of course expected to be one of the major topics of discussion at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference scheduled for June 6th-10th.

Update: TechCrunch reports that this is indeed the “golden master candidate” build it discussed over the weekend, although the designation remains an internal one for the time being with Apple not expected to push out a final release candidate until around its Worldwide Developer Conference in early June.

Update 2: Mac OS X Lion Server Developer Preview 2 is also available as a standalone download. The server components had been bundled in with the regular release for the initial developer build. Apple has said that Lion Server will be a part of the basic Mac OS X Lion package, so it is unclear why the company is at least temporarily bundling it separately.

Lion Is Special!

Posted: 2011/02/24 by Sadeq008 in Lion (Mac OS 10.7)

Alongside new MacBook Pros, Apple today announced the release of the first developer preview version of Mac OS X Lion. First demoed last October, Mac OS X Lion is set for a public launch this summer.

Apple today released a developer preview of Mac OS X Lion, which takes some of the best ideas from iPad and brings them back to the Mac for the eighth major release of the world’s most advanced operating system. Lion features Mission Control, an innovative new view of everything running on your Mac; Launch pad, a new home for all your Mac apps; full screen apps that use the entire Mac display; and new Multi-Touch gestures. Lion also includes the Mac App Store, the best place to discover, install and automatically update Mac apps. The Lion preview is available to Mac Developer Program members through the Mac App Store today, and the final version of Lion will ship to customers this summer.

Apple also outlines a number of other features to be found in Lion:
Mail, a new version of Mail, with an elegant, widescreen layout inspired by the iPad; Conversations, which automatically groups related messages into one easy to read timeline; more powerful search; and support for Microsoft Exchange 2010;
Versions, which automatically saves successive versions of your document as you create it, and gives you an easy way to browse, edit and even revert to previous versions;


AirDrop, a remarkably simple way to copy files wirelessly from one Mac to another with no setup;
Resume, which conveniently brings your apps back exactly how you left them when you restart your Mac or quit and relaunch an app;


Auto Save, which automatically saves your documents as you work;
– the all new File Vault, that provides high performance full disk encryption for local and external drives, and the ability to wipe data from your Mac instantaneously; and
Mac OS X Lion Server, which makes setting up a server easier than ever and adds support for managing Mac OS X Lion, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

An updated overview of Mac OS X Lion is available on Apple’s feature page for the forthcoming update.

Update: Here are some additional features we’ve learned:
– In 10.7, windows may be resized from all edges and corners, and the resize indicator has been removed.
– Support for OpenGL 3.2 on capable hardware.
– Application persistence. Apps and their states are saved when you logout and back in. Background apps may be terminated by Mac OS X and will restore if the user picks them again. Basically the concept of open and closed apps is gone.

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Lion Mail.app

Posted: 2011/02/24 by Sadeq008 in Lion (Mac OS 10.7)

Lion includes all new Mail.app: looks like iPad mail, has new “Conversations” feature

Apple has announced that their upcoming Mac OS X 10.7 Lion will include an all new Mail application and it looks just like the one you can find on an iPad. A new mail bar is also present with easier access to some new tools. The new Mail.app also works with the new full-screen feature in Lion, and we have to say that it looks pretty awesome.

Just like Mail on iPad, Mail 5 in Mac OS X Lion features a new layout that takes advantage of the widescreen display on your Mac. You see the messages in your inbox as well as a full-height preview of the selected message. The new Mailbox bar gives you one-click access to your favorite folders. Mail 5 also includes a powerful new way to search that makes finding what you’re looking for quick and easy, even in the largest of inboxes.

Mail 5 also brings a new “Conversations” feature to the Mac. This feature organizes your inbox to be more natural and the concept looks remarkable.

Mail 5 also introduces Conversations, a natural new way to read and manage email that automatically groups messages from the same conversation — even if the subject changes along the way. Just click a conversation in your inbox to reveal a streamlined feed of individual messages in chronological order, and easily file or delete an entire conversation.

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