“Alongside other OS X Mountain Lion announcements at its Worldwide Developers Conference last month, Apple announced an Up-to-Date program allowing any customer purchasing a Mac on or after June 11 to receive a free upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion once the operating system is released to the public,” Eric Slivka reports for MacRumors.
“With OS X Mountain Lion being released only via the Mac App Store, the free upgrade is being delivered a redemption code for the store,” Slivka reports. “While the company has yet to officially announce it and almost certainly will not do so until OS X Mountain Lion itself actually launches, the company’s Up-to-Date online application form is already live.”
Slivka reports, “Users are required to enter their date and location of purchase for the qualifying Mac, fill out personal contact information, and enter the serial numbers of machines eligible for the free upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion. Once all information has been submitted, Apple generates a reference number for the claim and the actual redemption code is delivered via email. ”
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[UPDATE: 4:15pm EDT: After a brief time online, Apple appears to have taken down the form to request a copy of Mountain Lion. It’s likely to return following Mountain Lion’s official release.]