Wednesday is definitely being dominated by Apple releases, foremost of which is the much anticipated Mac OS X Lion. The new operating system replaces Snow Leopard and is being available for download from the Mac App Store for $29.99.For those customers who for whatever reasons would like an alternative option to the Mac App Store, Apple says they’ll be putting out a USB drive version of the OS X Lion next month.
Apple Insider is saying that the USB OS X upgrade “later this August” will come at the cost of $69.99, or more than double the amount of downloading through the app store. The thumb drive will be available through Apple’s online store.
Source : Yahoo News