Previously, Apple was well aware that not everyone has broadband to download a 4GB OS, giving relief to those with slow internet with $69 USB stick alternative. Times, however, are changing as Cupertino’s confirmed to Pocket-lint that the recently released OS X Mountain Lion will not be offered with a physical counterpart. Apple’s rationale? ‘It was an interesting test, but it turns out the App Store was just fine for getting the new OS.’ So there we go. It appears that it’s now time to upgrade to broadband, or move in next to an Apple Retail Store to gain access to their WiFi. Either that, or get a new machine. Up to you.