Apple could launch Mac OS X 10.7 Lion as early as 14 June, according to reports.
CEO Steve Jobs will officially unveil the company's next-generation operating system at the WorldWide Developer Conference today and according to 9to5Mac he is set to spring a surprise by setting a launch date of Tuesday 14 June.
According to the report, several sources have named a 14 June launch date, with Apple Stores due to change their window displays and other in-store signage.
Apple will remove boxed copies of Snow Leopard from the stores too, according to the report, though will not replace them with Lion boxes, as Mac OS X 10.7 is likely to be primarily delivered through the Mac App Store.
All should be revealed later on Monday when Steve Jobs addresses WWDC. You can follow all of the announcements live on this website.