Apple has just released Mac OS X Lion Migration Assistant tool upgrade for all those Mac users who want to upgrade to Mac OS X Lion as soon as it goes live. The release of new Migration Assistant upgrade further solidifies our claim that Mac OS X Lion is launching tomorrow.
Mac OS X Lion was previewed at WWDC 2011 last month. The eight major release of Mac OS X brings over 250 new sought after features to supported Mac machines. OS X Lion will be released in the Mac App Store and will be priced at $29.99.
This particular Migration Assistant update fixes an issue due to which transferring data from a Mac running Snow Leopard to a new one running the yet to be released Mac OS X Lion could not be possible. Needless to say, it is an essential upgrade.
This update addresses an issue with the Migration Assistant application in Mac OS X Snow Leopard that prevents transfer of your personal data, settings, and compatible applications from a Mac running Mac OS X Snow Leopard to a new Mac running Mac OS X Lion.
This update is only 312kb in size and once downloaded, will not require you to reboot your Mac.
Earlier today at Apple’s Q3 earnings call, CFO Peter Oppenheimer revealed that Apple will be releasing Mac OS X Lion in the Mac App Store on 20th July, 2011. That’s Wednesday. We’re quite sure that all Mac users are excited for Lion, given the amazing amount of features it brings. Come tomorrow, everyone shall have their hands-on Mac OS X Lion.