Mac users are you looking forward to seeing what OS X Mountain Lion has to offer? While no official date of release has been given, if you are looking forward to it you might not have to wait too long before you can get your hands on the upgrade. According to AppleInsider’s source, they have reported that AppleCare EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) is currently hiring a number of new employees who will serve as customer support for the upcoming operating system. Granted this in itself isn’t that big of a news, but its implications are.
Supposedly Apple restricts the operating window of support staff training to a minimum before a larger product has been released. This is said to help to minimize possible leaks, and also probably to ensure that the training is still fresh in their minds once the product has been rolled out. However it should be noted that this is purely speculation when it is said that OS X Mountain Lion could very well debut at WWDC 2012, Apple’s yearly developer conference which will be held from the 11th of June to the 15th of June. Will this rumor pan out? We guess we will have to wait and see so be sure to check back with us then for more updates!
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