Apple's magical and revolutionary ways have seen in introduce (but not yet release to the public) its OS X Lion and iOS 5 operating systems, along with a new cloud service that wirelessly synchronises various iMacs and iDevices, but couldn't Microsoft quickly catch up?
Coming in July is Apple's new Mac OS X, numbered 10.7, codenamed Lion and, unlike the 'will it be late, Windows 8', Lion nicely blends OS X and iOS, and will cost just US $29.99 or AUD $31.99.
Although Apple's WWDC will be showcasing Mac OS X 10.7 'Lion', iOS 5.0 and perhaps even an iPhone 4S or iPhone 5, it could instead also see OS X Lion roaring into life early, unleashing what could be a powerful boost to sales of Apple's Mac computers.
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