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August 3, 2009

Snow Leopard Imminent

Filed under: News,OS X Software — sinodux @ 08:43
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Got this in my email on Saturday:

Dear Amazon.com Customer,
Apple’s most exciting operating system yet, Snow Leopardis now available for pre-order for just $29.

Available in September, Snow Leopardis a truly exciting addition to the Mac OS X line, with half the footprint of previous versions, great new features in Expose & Stacks, quicker Time Machine backup, and faster wireless network interaction.

Snow Leopard: Better. Faster. Easier.

Seems almost official now! Got my pre-order in and I am stoked to see it finally arrive!

**Side note: Curiously enough the email did have Snow Leopard and is run together in both paragraphs, that wasn’t me.

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3 Comments »

  1. This is one step down the road to an iTablet too as the current speculation is it will only run on Snow Leopard and iPhone 3.x simultaneously.

    Comment by sinodux — August 3, 2009 @ 10:55 | Reply

  2. Just a side note, but if your running Tiger you cannot upgrade to Snow Leopard via the upgrade disc. You’ll have to buy 10.5 Leopard, then upgrade to Snow Leopard.

    Comment by jmasanders — August 4, 2009 @ 00:47 | Reply

  3. If you have tiger running on a intel platform, then I doubt that apple would want you to buy Leopard first and install that on it and then go to SL. SL is a new OS by itself and only for intel platforms, so one should be able to go directly from Tiger to SL on a intel-mac.

    Comment by jdhaliwal — August 6, 2009 @ 11:54 | Reply


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