Generally, pre-releases of operating systems by Apple are available only for developers so that they can get their applications ready for the new operating system and continue with their sales in the App Store or Mac App Store.
Apple has released OS X 10.7.5 to developers. This is the first of probably many developer seeds for the latest version of OS X.
Apple has issued a new software update via the Mac App Store to Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4. This update was originally released last week.
Apple’s latest update to OS X, Mountain Lion, will bring more than 1,700 new Application Programming Interface (APIs), greater iCloud integration, Siri-esque dictation, and a redesigned Safari.
Apple’s upcoming release of OS X Mountain Lion maybe carrying several features from iOS 5. However, it will also introduce the world to some new features that are also coming to iOS 6.
Since Apple’s last developer update of OS X Mountain Lion, several new features including hints of automatic app downloads have been discovered in the next-generation operating system.
With all the hype that it is getting, it would not be wrong to expect something extraordinary from OS X Mountain Lion. It seems that Mountain Lion will be indeed extraordinary.
Recently, Apple introduced the system of Developer ID to enhance the security of Mac. Now Apple is enforcing the new system of sandboxing to make Mac security, stronger.
After releasing the Mountain Lion Developer Preview update, Apple has released a new seed of Mountain Lion Server. Unlike some Mount Lion preview updates, which showed up in Software Update on Macs running the previous developer previews, Apple chose to make this update visible in the Apple Developer Center website.
This past Wednesday, on 16 May 2012, Apple gave developers another updated version of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Developer Preview 3. This, is the pre-release build of the next major Mac operating system refresh.