6 Videos of Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 3

May 17, 2011 - 9 Comments

If you haven’t had a chance to poke around Lion yourself yet, check out these six videos from the latest Lion Developer Preview 3. There’s a general overview of changes in DP3, a video showing the new boot login screen and animation, Mission Control, Safari’s new Download manager and Reading List, and another video showing off the new login screen when waking from sleep.

An overview of changes in Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 3:

New Mac OS X Lion boot and login screens:

Mission Control, the new name for Expose & Spaces:

Safari’s new Download manager:

Safari’s Reading List feature in use:

And another of the login screen including wake from sleep:

Some of these videos are from AppleTips.nl via MacRumors

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion is expected to make a larger appearance at WWDC 2011, with a public release sometime this summer.

You can read through our Mac OS X Lion archives here.


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Posted by: Matt Chan in Mac OS


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  1. Trench says:

    Icons on the desktop. Ew.

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  4. Gany says:

    I love the background in movie number two. Anyone has that picture?

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  6. John Micheal says:

    i think you should change your macbook :P

  7. stone age says:

    I don’t see anything too different, am I crazy?

    • Modernape says:

      Agreed, all looks a bit the same really, just monochrome Finder and an integrated Expose/Dashboard/Spaces. Nothing worth upgrading for as yet.

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