Just one week is left in the month of July to end. Thus, everybody is expecting to see the launch OS X Mountain Lion.
Reports in 9to5Mac say that Apple has officially distributed the final version of OS X Mountain Lion to members of its AppleCare support team.
The Cupertino, California-based company has provided employees with Mac App Store download codes to allow them to install the forthcoming Operating System (OS) on their main work machines.
AppleCare representatives have been testing OS X Mountain Lion on special Macs and via remote computing for the past few weeks, but today’s news marks that the OS X Mountain Lion Golden Master seed has been supplied to representatives to be installed on their main work Macs.
The OS was supplied today to all AppleCare employees via a Mac App Store redeem code. Employees who have installed the build have confirmed that their seed is build 12A269, the same build provided to developers on July 9th.
Apple has yet to announce an exact launch date for OS X Mountain Lion. However, it appears that the upcoming version of Mac OS X might be launched at tommorow, Wednesday, 25 July 2012. The announcement may come on the company’s earnings conference call today. At the time of this news report being written, the conference is about to start within few hours.
Apple used a similar launch strategy last year for OS X Lion. It announced it as part of the introductory remarks for its earnings conference call that the OS would launch the following day.
Source: Mac Rumors
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