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Some Macs May Not Get to Lie With the Mountain Lions

July 16, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The arrival of OS X Mountain Lion will be no cause for celebration among owners of older Macs. Apple’s upcoming OS won’t support certain machines, a cutoff Apple may have set in order to preserve a smooth user experience. “Apple wants to preserve the quality of its users’ experience, so it imposes hardware restrictions on OS X,” Creative Strategies Ben Bajarin said. “Otherwise, it would run so bad if it didn’t.”

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