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So I just recently got a new mac book pro today. I was planning on waiting till the new OS came out, but with no hard date I decided to get it sooner. I am wondering if I would be eligible to get a free upgrade to Lion or do I have to pay for it like everyone else? Only reason I ask is because I've seen on other place that certain people would be eligible. Thanks for the help.
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