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Hello,

i bought my first macbook pro in 7. June. I readed in press release from apple, i can free up to date to mac os lion. But i dont know where is form request for this. Does anyone know it?

sorry for my English
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Apple offers free OS X Lion upgrade for new Macs – MacDailyNews - Welcome Home

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