Mac OS X Lion News From WWDC 2011
Apple kicked off WWDC 2011 today with a keynote from Steve Jjobs and other Apple execs. 40 minutes of the keynote were spent focused on Mac OS X Lion, the next version of the Mac operating system. Only the last two minutes of the Lion presentation was worth it. Most of the Lion time was devoted to demonstrating features we already know about, like the fact that Mac OS X Lion will look and behave like iOS
. Who cares? We already knew all that stuff.
In the last two minutes of the keynote portion devoted to Lion, it was announced that Lion would only be available via the online Mac App Store, sell for $29, and will be available in July.
That's it. Thanks for wasting 38 minutes of my time Apple.