Apple may offer its new iCloud service for free to folks with Mac OS X Lion, according to AppleInsider. To sweeten the deal, Lion may be priced extremely competitive and sold through the Mac App Store.
The company is expected to introduce the latest version of OS X, iOS 5 and a new iCloud service at WWDC next week. OS X Lion is no secret. The desktop software is available as a closed beta and details have been unveiled both by Apple and loose-lipped developers. If this competitive pricing rumor pans ut, Apple could release Lion for $30 or less. This low pricing is not unusual. Back in 2009, Apple released the Snow Leopard upgrade for $30. [AppleInsider]
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