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Discussion in 'OS X Mavericks (10.9)' started by 537635, Jun 10, 2013.

  1. 537635
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    I don't remember seeing it, so I imagine it will be $19.99 like ML.
     
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    Agreed. $19.99 seems to be the 'standard' now.
     
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    maybe even 9.99. I don't quite remember but was't lion like 29.99?
     
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    Lion and Mountain Lion were both $19.99 US. I expect Mavericks to be the same price.
     
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    No, not initially at least
     
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    But then again when ML was announced, the price was also set. Also people buying the new rMBPs (with Lion!) back then got the ML upgrade for free.

    The new MB Airs come with ML preinstalled.


    With that said I think it's just going to be a free upgrade (?).
     
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    Snow Leopard (2009) and Lion (2011) costed $29,99, but Mountain Lion (2012) is the first yearly release of OS X and therefore costs only $19,99. I'd be surprised by an increase in price.
     
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    Who the hell said anything about an increase? If anything it might be cheaper.



    Yep, but you said it was 19.99, it wasn't 19.99 when it first launched that's basically what i was trying to say.
     
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    I reckon we'll get more info at the iPhone event later in the year, but I'd guess $19.99.
     
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    I didn't buy mountain lion either. Got it for free with the apple code cuz my mini had lion and no mountains.
     

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