Apple To Unveil Mac OS X Lion At "Back to the Mac" on October 20?

Apple has sent out press invites to some high profile sites for their new "Back to the Mac" event to be held on October 20, 2010.

Apple Back to the Mac Event

The invite has a Lion around the Apple logo and would discuss the upcoming Mac OS X 10.7. It is not known yet what the OS might be called, but from the looks of it, it would be named as Mac OS X Lion.

Previous Mac versions have been called Snow Leopard, Leopard, Tiger, Panther, Jaguar, Puma, Cheetah and Kodiak. So will Apple be unleashing the Lion out of the bag on the coming Wednesday? Only time will tell. Keep tuned in for regular updates from us.

(Source: BGR)

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  • Johnny

    Nice to hear! I’m hoping we get some news not only on some new hardware for the Mac Pro, but some software updates for all the apps in Final Cut studio, especially a much needed update to DVD Studio Pro, then I don’t need use the iFunia DVD ripping software and have a hard time. Some of us still author for optical media, not everything can be delivered via the web all the time.

    Chance for a native Blue-ray burner Apple?

    Ya, I know, I won’t hold my breath!

    Still, this is great news & I look forward to see what Cupertino has in store for 2011

  • Devon

    i don’t get how everyone thinks that’s a lion behind the apple logo. it looks more like an eel. or maybe a shark.

  • Monza

    I’m tired of all these ‘change’! As soon as you start to be familiar with a Mac OS, there is another one that you have to know!! So, it’s enough now, to take the consumer as a hostage!
    A representent of the consumers