Confirmed: OS X Lion Hits Mac App Store Shelves Tomorrow Brian Barrett 12 years ago July 20, 2011 at 7:25 am According to Apple’s Peter Oppenheimer, speaking on today’s earnings call, Mac OS X Lion – as rumoured – will go on sale tomorrow. You’ll be able to download it at the Mac App store for $31.99. Unless, uh, you’d rather take a pass. Comments 9 responses to “Confirmed: OS X Lion Hits Mac App Store Shelves Tomorrow” READ THE COMMENTS anonymous July 20, 2011 and the day after the internet slows to a crawl 🙂 Log in to Reply Albert July 20, 2011 Why do we have to pay more? Our Dollar is stronger than USD!!! Log in to Reply Bernie July 20, 2011 GST Log in to Reply Rix July 20, 2011 Albert US Price doesn’t include Tax the australian price does Log in to Reply knowall July 20, 2011 The list price for Lion on the app store is the price a US iTunes account holder will pay. Log in to Reply Tony Shculer July 20, 2011 What, now it’s $31.99? Seriously, what’s going on. Also, is the launch for Oz actually tonight or tomorrow? There’s a post on this site saying it’s tonight, but this one says tomorrow. Log in to Reply Angus Kidman July 20, 2011 Apple hasn’t specified an exact time other than US Wednesday. Could be late Wednesday night or early Thursday AM for Australia. Log in to Reply Aaron Kerr July 20, 2011 WTF! Now it’s $31.99! For an OS! …..oh wait…. that’s really cheap. Disregard. Log in to Reply bennish July 21, 2011 Not sure I’d call it ‘an OS’. Not an entire OS. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.