9To5Mac’s Seth Weintraub cites unofficial reports that Apple Stores in the United States and elsewhere are planning overnights for Tuesday, July 24th, with OS X 10.8 Mountain to launch the next morning
That sounds entirely plausible, since Apple has officially affirmed that Mountain Lion will be released “in July,” and there’s only two weeks of July left. Apple typically releases new products on Tuesdays, of which there are just two left in the month – the 24th and 31st, and waiting till the 31st would push the launch date into August
A Mountain Lion launch on July 24 would also be just over a year after OS X 10.7 Lion’s launch on July 20, 2011.
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