“Apple could be preparing to kill off OS X Lion early in favor of its predecessor [sic. likely mean “successor”], Mountain Lion, according to the company’s AppleCare training schedule,” Killian Bell repots for Cult of Mac.
“One source claims that the Cupertino company is already recruiting and training staff for the new release, which could get its debut in June, weeks earlier than expected,” Bell reports. “AppleInsider reports that Apple’s EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) AppleCare division is already ‘hiring a number of new employees who will serve as customer support for the new operating system.”
Bell reports, “While the report states that this is purely speculation, it notes that Apple’s training could point to a Mountain Lion debut at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, which kicks off on June 11.”