Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion Reportedly Releasing on July 19, 2012

T-GAAP is reporting that one of their Apple sources has outed July 19, 2012 as the official launch day of Apple’s next major OS X upgrade appropriately named Mountain Lion.  Considering that Apple has been on a yearly OS upgrade for both iOS and OS X I’d say that the rumored date is probably spot on.  Lion released last July, and Apple confirmed that Mountain Lion will release sometime this July, so the 19th sounds just as good as any other day for this $19.99 OS upgrade.

For now we will just have to wait for Apple’s official press release on the matter to know exactly when Mountain Lion will be unleashed, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it came during the week of the 19th.  You’ve been wanting this upgrade…


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Via [T-GAAP]


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