During WWDC, Apple announced that OS X Mountain Lion will be arriving in July. It was a pretty vague timeframe but we guess since the beta of the operating system was still going on, perhaps Apple themselves did not know as well. However if you are looking for a more specific date, the folks at T-Gaap are claiming that according to their source, it seems that OS X Mountain Lion could be seeing a release date on the 19th of July. While we’re not sure where their sources come from, it seems to be almost an exact year apart from when OS X Lion was launched back in 2011. Coincidence or is Apple really keeping to a strict yearly schedule? Either way we will be taking this with a grain of salt for now, but since July is not too far off, we guess we will wait and see if this rumor pans out. Be sure to check back with us then for the updates!
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