Apple promised the release of Lion, the next version of its Mac OS X operating system, sometime this July, but they didn't even wait a day to get it to developers. The Golden Master (GM) version of Lion just entered the Mac Developer Center this morning and, like most GM releases, is likely the version that will be released to the public.So far there's no word on what changes this release brings, but if you've got a (paid) developer account you can log in now and start downloading your copy.
Mac OS X Lion Golden Master Seeded To Developers
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