At WWDC, Apple announced they would be releasing their 8th major release of OS X, Mountain Lion. Today, Apple reported their 3rd quarter results and confirmed that Mountain Lion will be launched tomorrow. Mac OS X Lion has been in beta for developers since WWDC. I think developers will be able to create great applications for OS X Mountain Lion. I’ve been a Mac user for almost 3 years and this looks like the best version of OS X to date. Some major features of OS X Mountain Lion include iCloud, Power Nap (only on the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display), Dictation, and Notification Center. Another major feature is the ability of Airplay Mirroring to an Apple TV (2nd or 3rd Generation). Apple seems to be merging the world of iOS and OS X, which I really like. I am currently the owner of an iPad, iPhone, and Mac, so having a unified experience really simplifies things for me. OS X Snow Leopard and Lion users will be able to upgrade tomorrow. Apple will not be selling USB Sticks with a copy of Mountain Lion on it, like they initially did with OS X Lion. Mountain Lion will be available on the Mac App Store for $19.99.