Earlier on today Apple seeded the last beta of Mac OS X Lion to its registered developers for testing. The beta known as the Golden Master version is essentially the same as what ends up on the market for consumers, providing no extra bugs rear their ugly heads.
The current status of software has lead some of 9to5Mac’s sources to believe that the operating system will be launched on July 14th. The OS will be available for $29.99 in the Mac App Store. Or, if you want the server edition, it’ll set you back $49.99. Quite reasonably priced considering Pages, a word document editing program would set you back $15.
We’ll keep you updated on this, as it could change.