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News: Apple’s Developer Preview of Lion doesn’t work with brand new MacBook Pros

The first build of Lion's much-publicised developer release has a few teething problems

Plenty has been written about the recent release of Mac OS X Lion’s developer preview, but it seems that a lot of developers have been complaining that it won’t install on the newest MacBook Pro models (the ones with Thunderbolt Ports). That, we have to admit, is a bit of a problem.

There have been a number of posts on the Apple Developer Forum discussing the issue, with many finding that the OS won’t install on their latest Sandy Bridge-powered behemoths. This means developers who have chosen a new laptop with which to build their apps currently have a few problems..

We’re sure this problem will be remedied with the next developer release, but until then it looks like there’ll be a number of frustrated developers trying to find a workaround.