We know, we know: You’re sick of waiting for OS X Lion and tired of hearing false rumors about its imminent arrival. But bear with us, because Wednesday is looking like a likely day for its release, if rumors of some new visual merchandising at Apple retail stores around the world are to believed.
The rumor mill seemed certain that Apple was going to release OS X Lion (along with new MacBook Air models) on Thursday, July 14 that many people felt disappointment, anger or outright betrayal -- despite the fact the company never confirmed the rumor in the first place.
The distant roar of the Lion is getting louder, that’s for sure -- but no one outside of Apple really knows for sure when the beast will finally be uncaged, only sometime in July. While everyone plays the guessing game, at least one rumor suggests it could be less than a week away.
While Apple was busy on Monday night seeding a new build of Mac OS X 10.6.7 to developers, an inside source is claiming that the company may jump the gun and release the final iOS 4.3 build to users as early as Tuesday at 10am PST.
We've seen a lot of new Apple hardware come our way over the past year. While many tech pundits are still sounding off on what was Cupertino's greatest achievement of 2010, others are smacking their chops in anticipation of what 2011 may have in store. With the Verizon iPhone a certainty, the buzz for the upcoming year has come to focus squarely on what's next for the iPad, with many speculating that the iPad 2 will be released to consumers on either April 2 or April 9.