When Apple released the latest version of their Mac software, OS X Lion, it would only available as a digital download from the Mac App Store, Apple announced shortly after that they would be selling a USB version of OS X Lion.
The USB version of Lion will be available for $69, but what about people who want to create a physical copy of Lion, who have already purchased OS X Lion from the Mac App Store?
Apple has now released a new tool, called the Lion Recovery Disk Assistant, and you can use it to create a physical copy of Lion on an external USB drive of external hard drive.
You can download the Lion Recovery Disk Assistant from Apple.
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