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Available from today through the App Store, Lion promises in excess of 250 new features including Multi-Touch gestures, system wide support for full-screen apps, Mission Control (which shows you everything you’re currently running), Launchpad (a new container for you apps) and a redesigned version of Mail.
Other additions include Resume, which brings back your apps as you left them when you restart, Auto-Save in documents, a document history feature called Versions and AirDrop, which sets up a peer-to-peer service between nearby Macs.
Mac OS X Lion is available now from the Mac App Store priced at £20.99. You’ll need Snow Leopard installed to buy it this way, though Apple has also confirmed that it’ll be available in its stores on a USB thumb drive from August priced at £55.