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July 21, 2011 / David Bleeker

Apple expands free Lion upgrade offer

Apple on Wednesday spelled out the details of its free Lion upgrade offer, saying that the deal also applies to Macs bought after the new operating system’s debut.

Previously, Apple had said that only Macs purchased between June 6 and the arrival of Lion would be eligible for the Mac OS Lion Up-to-Date Program.

Apple normally charges $30 for Lion.

On its website, Apple laid out the deal to customers.

Buyers who purchased a new or Apple-refurbished Mac between June 8 and July 20 must complete and submit an online form no later than Aug. 19 to receive a redemption code that, when entered in the Mac App Store, lets them download a free copy of Mac OS X 10.7, aka Lion. [read more]

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