Distributions of Mac OS X 10.7 have been making the rounds inside Apple under the internal code-name "Barolo" since early 2010, according to Apple Insider, and we’ve been seeing it in our own server logs for a while too. If previous OS X-centric events are any indication, company executives will likely talk up OS X 10.7's new features, demo a few of them for attendees, and then announce a shipping date for sometime in late 2010 or early 2011. We’re not sure what to expect in terms of new features, but better integration between OS X and iOS and a continued focus on implementing multi-touch within its operating system are a couple of possibilities driving much speculation.
Apple's iLife and iWork suites of lifestyle applications and productivity software are also supposedly due for a revamp, while on the hardware side there are rumors of a new MacBook Air and some minor updates to the MacBook line.
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