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WWDC 2013 Predictions: Here Comes iOS 7, But What Else?

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) doesn't kick off until 6pm tonight, but the internet's been wildly speculating about the company's plans for months. Some of it is almost definite (hello, flat design) and some of it's absurd (stop it with this). Here are all the goodies we actually expect Tim Cook and his funky bunch to throw at us later today. Read More >>

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How to Fix Every Mountain Lion Annoyance With Third Party Apps

So Mountain Lion isn't perfect. It's got its flaws. But overall, it's a solid platform, and a lot of the smaller issues that pop up can be fixed with third party apps. Here's how to make everything just to your liking, using non-Apple software. Read More >>

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OS X Mountain Lion: Everything You Need to Know

The public release of OS X Mountain Lion is available for download now. Is it worth it? Should you upgrade? We've got you covered. Here's everything you need to know. Read More >>

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How Is OS X Mountain Lion Working for You?

OS X Mountain Lion is now available to the general public, and you know what that means, right? Yep, bugs and glitches not exposed during the beta might crop up once millions of people install the thing. Have you noticed anything weird after installing the new OS? Let's talk about it below. Read More >>

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The OS X Mountain Lion Survival Guide

OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion is here. You're probably going to read a lot about all the new features and how Apple's out of ideas. Here's a guide to what will make using all that Mountain Lion stuff easier — and what's going to make the new OS a pain. Read More >>

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Should You Upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion?

Apple's OS X Mountain Lion is out, and it's 14 quid. That's cheap enough that the price alone probably isn't a barrier to upgrade — it's more about your individual needs. Here's a quick guide to see, at a glance, if you should go with Mountain Lion, or maybe sit this one out. Read More >>

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OS X Mountain Lion’s Best 10 Tricks: The Video Guide

Apple OS X Mountain Lion is now available for download. There are a ton of new features, but many of them are hidden or hard to find. Don't worry, these are the best 10 tricks — each with a short, easy video tutorial created for Gizmodo by app developer It's About Time. Read More >>

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Mountain Lion Review: OS X Needs a New Vision

Bad news, people. As expected, nothing has changed in the final version of OS X Mountain Lion. That's why this is a revision of February's Mountain Lion review, updated with impressions from all these months working with the betas and the final version that you can get from Apple now. Read More >>

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OS X Mountain Lion Is Now Available to Download

Well there it is, finally, and as promised. Apple's just released its latest and greatest Mac operating system for you all to download and install. It's just £14, so there's no monetary excuse, but you might want to sit tight and see if there are any, heaven forbid, bugs about if that's a production machine you're using. Read More >>

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Apple Launching OS X Mountain Lion Next Wednesday?

Apple has gone Gold with Mountain Lion, and has also stated previously that it's due this month...but could it become available on the digital app store next Wednesday, the 25th? Read More >>

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Check Here If Your Mac Is Eligible For a Mountain Lion Upgrade

With Mountain Lion reaching gold master status, it means Apple is nearly ready to ship OS X Mountain Lion to customers like you. But in order to use Mountain Lion, you have to have a certain type of Mac. Apple is cutting off older Macs from using Mountain Lion by making them ineligible for the upgrade. Read More >>

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All the New HD Wallpapers from the Latest OS X Mountain Lion Beta

The new MacBook Pro retina screens look crazy good, but you need pretty stuff to look at on it, too. At the very very very least, that means nice-looking wallpaper. Here's what Apple's got loaded up in the Mountain Lion beta so far. There are 34 options in all, at 3200x2000 resolution, and you can grab them all in one zip file here. [Cult of Mac] Read More >>

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OS X Mountain Lion Coming in July With Power Nap, Dictation and Added iCloud Integration for £14

We saw a fair amount of OS X Mountain Lion when Apple dropped its developer preview a few months ago. And not only will the £14 download bring all the iOS-ified features promised to all the OS X machines you own, it will also serve up more than 1700 new APIs, added iCloud functionality, a redesigned Safari, Siri-like dictation capabilities, along an all new feature — Power Nap. Read More >>