Just when you think Two previews are enough, Apple releases another one. Yes, that’s right! Apple has released a new version of Mac OS X Lion to developers, which is said to debut publicly this summer. Of course, this version of OS X is only previewed to registered developers with Apple. Please do not pirate this software (patience is a virtue!)
As with many beta software updates pushed out by Apple, the new features/changes are hard to come by. However, it is believed that this update brings a thorough amount of bug fixes, along with a new set of wallpapers to bring life to your Desktop. In fact, if you’d like the new wallpapers without having to upgrade, you can download all of them by clicking here.
As with all beta software released by Apple (or by anyone), you should not upgrade to it unless you are a developer and/or know what you are doing. It is recommended that if you are going to install the latest version of OS X Lion, you should install it on a “non-essential” machine. Meaning something like the main HDD of your computer, etc.
Here is a preview of some of the new Mac OS X Lion wallpapers: (click to enlarge)
Remember, do not install this on a main hard drive! Downgrading back to stable software (Mac OS X Snow Leopard) is a painful process. I learned the hard way!
[via MacRumors, iFans]