New Mac Pro and Snow Leopard soon?
The next version of Apple Mac OS X operating system, Snow Leopard, will be released on June 8 - if one Apple-watcher's prediction is correct. The Baltimore Sun's David Zeiler, writing in his "Apple a Day" blog, came to this conclusion by recounting recent history and examining the events schedule of San Francisco's Moscone …
do a walk on part as MC and pass his charisma on to proceedings.
The attendees probably deserve such, Apple senior team deserve it equally.
But most of all, Mr Jobs and his family deserve it more than the rest?
Maybe a Steve n Woz get2getha opening session? QT'd live?
Apple has always seemed to have heart n soul, much more than most organisations - well, to me at least.
I like the code name for the new release. I suppose, between pirated copies of Windows, and Red Flag Linux, they don't sell a lot of Macs in China anyways, so at least one major company isn't worried about offending the government there. (The Snow Leopard is a Tibetan national symbol.)
What on Earth does Amazon have to do with anything? They have no more information than anyone else, so those release dates are every bit as speculative as all the rest.
There's an awful lot of echo chamber/recursive reinforcement going on in this article.
Personally I rather hope Apple have learnt their lesson from Leopard and MobileMe, and will hold off until SL is properly ready rather than just trying to hit a convenient release target.
>More fangirls with wet knickers over a bit of software that will do nothing more than the last.
Yeah cus Windows 7 isn't really a fixed up version of Vista? W7 = Vista SE.
Apple have said Snow Leopard is a release that concentrates on speed and footprint. It's also featuring new components to utilise multicore better and utilise 3D hardware as if they're processors.
OSX usually retails around the £89 mark, you get all of the features as there's only one version of the OS for desktops/laptops. Contrast this with Vista which costs a fortune and sucks big time!
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