Apple’s smallest Mac is newly refreshed and ready for the tightest spaces you can dream of putting it in. But with three models including the $999 edition with OS X Lion Server on board, choosing the one that’s right for you might be harder than you think. That’s why we’re here to help!
Well, that was fast -- mere hours after announcing that OS X Lion would launch on Wednesday, Apple has pulled the trigger right at 8:30am EST as rumored. That’s right, get your wallet ready, because the big cat is ready and waiting for you!
June is coming to a close, and that can mean only one thing: Lion is about to be uncaged! We all know that OS X Lion will be available in July exclusively from the Mac App Store for a mere $29.99 -- but did you also know Apple will have OS X Lion Server available at the same time as a paid add-on?
Apparently not the server for everyone: The OS X Lion Server, that was supposed to come packaged with Lion, is now a $49.99 upgrade. The added kicker is that it'll require Snow Leopard Server already installed on your machine. If you aren't already using that particular build, it'il be an extra $499 on top of the update fee, bringing the grand total to $550 for Lion Server.