With WWDC weeks away, Apple is pressing on with OS X Lion. The first major update to the Mac operating system since OS X Leopard was released two years ago, Lion is being hotly anticipated by developers and end users alike.
Now, the company has posted another preview version of the OS into its developer testing channel. If you have a developer network account, you can contact Apple for a special code that allows you to download the trial versions.
The release comes as many developers plan on heading out to San Francisco for the Apple WWDC conference. Lion is certainly going to be a hot topic at the show, as will the new version of iOS.
But just because Lion is into developer testing doesn't mean that a formal release is right around the corner. According to various reports, there are still a number of bugs to work out in the OS.
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