Re: Mac OS X Lion
I'll be upgrading my old iMac next week sometime. For £21, I really can't complain about the price of the upgrade. All the programmes that I use day-to-day are going to be compatible (at least on my iMac) and I'm looking forward to giving it a try. I will be making an installation disk for myself because I prefer to have a physical format to use.
I won't be upgrading my MacBook Pro (which I'm typing on at the moment) because the drivers I use for my audio interface probably aren't compatible with Lion. Line 6 (who make my interface) are notoriously slow at releasing updates and there is no guarantee that Lion will work with my interface (if past form is anything to go on with Snow Leopard). That is always my concern with these upgrades. I'll try my iMac and if it works then I'll upgrade my MacBook Pro.