Mac App Store will be launched soon and all of us are well aware of this fact but nobody is sure about the exact launch of Mac App store other than Steve Jobs probably. If the inside sources of AppleTell are to be believed then Apple is working hard to launch the AppStore for Mac by 13th December so as to tap into the Christmas Holiday period although they have already missed out on the well famous black Friday.

An inside source has just told us that Apple is targeting a Monday, December 13th launch of the Mac App Store. The company apparently told developers to have their software prepared for a launch as early as Monday the 6th of this month, but our contact would be shocked if that happened at this point. Apple has made no official announcements regarding this, and delays could always happen, but there’s a push to be launched before Christmas, well ahead of the previously estimated January release.

Mac OS X 10.6.6 will be the minimum requirement for end users so as to use the Mac App Store and Apple is pushing it hard to have this up and running as soon as possible.

[via MacRumors]

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