Wednesday, June 1, 2011

New Mac OS X | Mac OS x Lion | Apple Mac OS

Apple Introduce New Mac OS X On Next Week

New Mac OS X | Mac OS x Lion | Apple Mac OS - Apple CEO Steve Jobs will leave off his pain to open the developer conference (WWDC) in San Francisco next week. On this occasion, Jobs reportedly going to release a new operating system for Macs, Lion.
"Steve Jobs and several Apple executives will open WWDC next week," a statement from Apple.

The new Mac OS system

The plan, Jobs will deliver a major speech (keynote speech) before introducing a new development from Apple (new Mac OS), including the Mac OS X operating system as the eighth Mac OS output system or version 10.2.
Not only that, Apple also plans to release a new version of mobile operating system for the iPhone and iPad, the IOS 5.

Mac OS and Job

Jobs submitted leave for sick reason since January 2011 in order to concentrate on treating pancreatic cancer as he suffered. 56 years old male had pancreatic cancer surgery in 2004 and received a liver transplant in 2009.
But until now Apple has not provided the latest details about Jobs health condition, eventhough as the news above that Job will deliver keynote speech before new Mac OS introduction.

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