With the release date of the iPhone 5 sitting on the lips of executives in Apple, one can be sure that the company is planning something else--and it's Mountain Lion, a new operating system to be released for Mac personal computers.
The company released the new OS this month, for just $19.99 on the Mac App Store. It seems a physical purchase of the OS is impossible, as it was only released for download.
Mountain Lion is compatible with computers released from 2007 and after; anyone who wants to download an upgrade for their system with a computer older than 2007 will not be able to.
The new system will allow users to post tweets on Twitter from almost any app, as well as similar abilities for Facebook. The system will also support messengers like FaceTime, Google Talk, AIM, and Yahoo. It also has the ability to create notes and place them on the desktop screen, allowing you to remember important dates.
Mountain Lion OS will continue having Apple's beloved web browser Safari.