While there’s no question that Mac OS X Lion will be one of the main talking points at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference in June, we weren’t quite expecting it to launch during the event. However, one report believes Apple is currently prepping Lion for a WWDC release.
This suggests the new OS might possibly ship as early as WWDC with an “available today” mention at the keynote — or it might not. But Lion is looking to be one step closer to availability for Apple customers.
Lion has been in beta testing for developers since back in February and is currently on preview 3. When it goes live it will introduce of a plethora of impressive new applications and features to the Mac OS X operating system including Launchpad, Mission Control, and Safari’s new reading list.