Mac OS X lion on PC, VMWARE and Hackintosh
Apple released Mac OS X 10.6 aka Snow leopard on 28th of August, we published a guide to install Snow Leopard on PC on 26th of August. Yes you heard it right, we posted a guide to hack Snow leopard two days ahead of scheduled release. Here is the link of very first guide on internet to Install Snow Leopard (10A432) on PC Hackintosh.
Later in 2009 we published a detailed guide to install Snow Leopard in VMWARE 7 and Windows, that post was a super hit and featured on various frontline technology blogs including Lifehacker, Redmond Pie, and more. Now we got our hands on the very first seed of Mac OS X Lion (thanks to Apple developer program), and we are ready to have some fun.
We are trying to install Mac OS X lion on PC and VMWARE, and you can find all our progress updates and information related to this project on this single page. Bookmark this page, join us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and last but not least, you can also subscribe to our free once in a day e-mail news letter to get all the latest updates on Apple related hacks and news directly in your Inbox. Which will provide you with all the news before anyone else knew about it.
Facts about Mac OS X Lion :
- Apple released a developer’s preview of Lion (Build 11A390) on February 24, 2011, to subscribers of Apple’s developers program.
- Mac OS X Lion is set to be released in summer of 2011.
- Mac OS X Lion requires hardware with a Core 2 Duo processor or better. Dual core processors aren’t supported.
- Rosetta, software which makes possible the execution of PowerPC software on x86 hardware, is no longer available. So far best way to run it seems to be VMware fusion.