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Discussion in 'OS X Mountain Lion (10.8)' started by 3282868, Jul 9, 2012.
Apple officially accepting OS X 10.8 App's:
The price point is pretty impressive.
how does that relate to apple accepting ML apps in the app store?
submitted my new apps let the money rain in
This is the first time something I submitted was accepted (well, kind of submitted)!
I am such a nerd! LOL
I hope with ML that more and more developers submit more apps. The Mac App Store isn't the most impressive thing on the planet, mainly because most devs are focusing on the iOS platform. Make more apps for the Mac!!!
Nice to see Mountain Lion is due out very soon
Does it really matter?
For context, when they did this for Lion, they shipped it 9 days later.
EDIT: See Peace's post as well. It's looking like sometime between the 18th and 24th, based on a previous sample size of one.
Time to get excited..
great observation, you're comment deserves more up votes
in that case lion GM seed was released July 1st. about 2 weeks before it went on sale.
I'm guessing July 24th.
Interesting as a friend suggested that date from someone at Apple. Now I think that may be the date.
Xcode 4.4? We have 4.5 for iOS already...
July 24 is too long. I want it now. Gimme thumbs up. I'm wasted!!!!!
That's beta software, iOS 6 will be released around September or October, along with Xcode 4.5.
Looking forward to it. My 2007 Macbook Pro is really starting to look dated now! Hopefully it will run it. A new iMac is in my future anyway.
not really .
Confirms ML is due out soon .. July 24th?
Given what he said, i would guess 9 days from today (the 18th or even perhaps the 19th).
If Apple release's Mountain Lion before there earning call on July 24th, they'll have something to talk about in addition to the sale of the new macs.
I can't wait to upgrade from Lion! This is good news
Exactly! Also, they might want to release ML a little early. Because if ML is a success in the first week (in terms of amount of downloads), they can brag about it during the earnings call.
No, they mostly talk about financials during the earnings call. Apple executives typically deflect any inquiries about upcoming products. The most they ever really say about upcoming products is "we have some exciting announcements later this year" and that's about it.
Moreover, the release of Mountain Lion will have zero fiscal impact on the Q3 earnings. The books are already closed on that quarter.
After all, it's Apple. I don't know what anyone would expect them to behave any differently.
Apple wants developers to make bleeding edge apps. They want developers to make apps that take advantage of the latest features in OSX and iOS. If you want to be a successful developer, you will focus your business model on those two aspects on one layer, and actual features and benefits on another layer.
This is a closed garden, after all.