Lion boasts more than 250 new features, covering all facets of the Mac operating system. Highlights include AirDrop, FaceTime, AutoSave, Internet Restore, new features for Mail and better usage of full-screen capabilities.
Lion will be available to users with the latest Snow Leopard update, using an Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, or Xeon processor. Mac fans can sign up to be notified the minute Lion becomes available. The purchase can be made online in Snow Leopard via the Mac App Store and installation can begin immediately.
Many of the new Lion features are designed to work together, such as the Full-Screen Apps, Multi-Touch Gestures and Mission Control. Users can enjoy their applications full-screen, then switch to Mission Control with a quick gesture in order to change applications.
Lion features such as Resume, Auto-Save and Versions work harmoniously to ensure your work is saved and ready to use at all times.
Other new features such as FaceTime bring the family of iOS devices closer to Mac OS.
So, will you be an early adopter of Lion? Let us know in the comments!