Here is the latest report that Apple have just announced their Q3 Earning Conference Call and on this event that they have unveiled the status of their OS X Mountain Lion. We knew something about this OS from Apple’s WWDC 2012 where they announced about it.
But finally according to company it goes to sales from tomorrow and it will be available at the cost of $19 and this service is currently used by 40% of Mac owners, according to Apple.
Some 50% are still using the previous version, Snow Leopard. Lion was criticized by some for being a minimal upgrade that removed some much-loved features, such as replacing the “save as” with the less user-friendly “export.”
According to some sources The upgrade also allows you to post to Twitter, Flickr, Vimeo and other services from within every page and window.
At Apple’s recent Worldwide Developers’ Conference, CEO Tim Cook boasted that Mountain Lion added more than 200 new features.
It adds a few other things, like Twitter integration, Apple’s Game Center, and iMessage services. There’s also a new security feature called Gatekeeper, designed to fend off malware by controlling what applications can and cannot be installed.