|Version of Mac OS X|
|Architecture||i386 (beta only), x86_64|
Mac Os X 7.5
Mac OS X Lion (10.7) is a version of the Mac OS X operating system released by Apple on 20 July 2011. This version dropped support for the x86 userland and architecture and removed Rosetta and Front Row. It introduced the Launchpad and was originally only released as an App Store update that could only be updated normally from Snow Leopard.
Mac OS X 10.7 Lion is available for older systems that are not compatible with the latest version of macOS and requires the following: Mac computer with an Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core. Any Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X 10.7.3 (Lion) or later. Administrator privileges. Note that installing the JDK on a Mac is performed on a system wide basis, for all users, and administrator privileges are required. You’ll often hear Mac users reference their machines by a model and the build year (for example, Mac Mini 2010, or MacBook Pro 2016), or by a timeline within the year it was released (iMac mid-2011 model).
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