Apple announced today what the rumor mill reported last week: that Mac OS X 10.6, aka Snow Leopard, will be released this Friday, August 28. Today's announcement is a rare occurence in the tech world - a product being released before it was originally scheduled to hit the streets. When Apple's SVP for software engineering, …
Hackintosh, when the inevitable OSX86 distros hit the net =OD
Apple have stolen my wallet!
Or rather, have emptied already this month!
I just bought a lovely shiny new MBP, a 1 TB Time Capsule and a dongle to connect said MBP to a VGA projector and now they want another $29 to upgrade my shiny new MBP to a shiny new MBP?
They'll have to wait until I get paid coz I'm already skint!
Paris, because (allegedly) she's been shafted as many times as me.
@Anonymous Coward who has had his wallet emptied
If you bought your machine after June 6th, you get Snow Leopard for $9.99 / £7.99
Visit this URL http://www.apple.com/macosx/uptodate/ to find out more...
If you've only just bought a MBP you hsould be eligible for a free upgrade to Snow Leopard.
Intel mac user here
Awaiting the review, but I'm sure I will be buying it.
The most important thing for me will be that it runs faster than the current OS (Which is not slow before you ask, ok) which is what this new release has promised.
Slimmer, lighter, trimmer is what all new versions should be.
I wonder when Pystar will add 10.6 to their stable of Mackin-Hacks?? I'm lining up to buy mine!
Followed your URL, discovered that it seems to only apply to US/Canada. Rip-Off Britain again
Up-to-date in UK
Up-to-date applies to UK users too, you just need the UK specific web-page:
I bought my MacBook in America a couple of weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised to find that I was eligible for the upgrade here in Britian.
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