Apple Releases Safari 6 For OS X Lion

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A little treat for those sticking to OS X Lion.
A little treat for those sticking to OS X Lion.

If you’ve decided to wait for OS X Mountain Lion until all of your apps are compatible, don’t think Apple has forgotten all about you already. The Cupertino company has just released Safari 6 for OS X Lion, which introduces a number of new features, including the smart search field, an offline Reading List, and more.

Upgraded To Mountain Lion? There’s No Going Back To Lion Now

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The Lion is dead.
The Lion is dead.

If you rushed off to the Mac App Store to download OS X Mountain Lion as soon as it was released this morning, then I hope you like it. Because once you’ve handed over your cash, there’s no going back. Apple has now pulled OS X Lion from the Mac App Store, and once you’ve purchased Mountain Lion, it will be removed from your “Purchased” list.

Single-Click Boot Drive Creator Lion DiskMaker Gets OS X Mountain Lion Support

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Ensure you've always got a copy of Mountain Lion locally.
Ensure you've always got a copy of Mountain Lion locally.

Shortly after OS X Lion made its debut last year, we told you about a terrific utility called Lion DiskMaker, which creates bootable disks and drives in just one click. The free application just received an update that makes it fully compatible with OS X Mountain Lion.

Mac App Store Won’t Let You Download OS X Mountain Lion If Your Mac Can’t Handle It [Rumor]

You won't be able to purchase Mountain Lion if your Mac can't handle it.
You won't be able to purchase Mountain Lion if your Mac can't handle it.

When Apple releases OS X Mountain Lion to the public later this month, the software will be available exclusively to the Mac App Store, just like its predecessor. However, this time around, the Mac App Store will confirm your system is capable of running the software before it allows you to purchase and download it.