iPartition is a handy software that can help you handle the partitioning work on your Mac OS X. iPartition is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, and with the very latest hardware from Apple.
Coriolis Systems iPartition 3.4.1
supported guest operating systems: Windows XP 32-bit, Windows Vista (32 and 64-bit), Windows 7 (32 and 64-bit)
iPartition only converts partition maps, not filesystems.
supported PC filesystems: FAT16, FAT32, NTFS. Other partitions can be manipulated, but resizing without use of third-party filesystem resizing tool will destroy data.
Whether you’re trying to install the latest version of Mac OS X; or an older version to test your latest release; or you want to install Linux to see what all the fuss is about; or maybe you just want a convenient way to manage disk usage on your Mac; whatever, iPartition can help. With its intuitive yet powerful user interface, iPartition makes it easy to create, destroy, resize or format partitions on your hard disks, whether internal, external, fixed or removable.
With iPartition, resizing a partition is as simple as selecting it, grabbing the resize handle and dragging. Not only that, but if you have several operations to perform, iPartition lets you queue them up and run them one after another, so you can have a cup of coffee while iPartition works. This feature, coupled with iPartition’s ability to automatically rearrange your existing partitions when necessary, makes iPartition the easiest partitioning tool that you’ll ever use.
Mac OS X 10.5 or later (including Lion), 400MHz PowerPC G4 or better or any Intel Mac, 512MB RAM. Supports internal and external disks. To partition your boot disk, you need to boot from a different disk. iPartition has the ability to create a bootable DVD and you will need a DVD burner and some recordable DVD media to do this, however we do not currently have DVD templates for the very latest Mac machines; on machines that shipped with Lion installed, you will have to boot from an external drive of some sort (if you want to repartition your boot disk).