Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 16th Oct 2007 20:28 UTC, submitted by SK8T
Mac OS X Apple has revealed Leopard's releast date to be 26th October, confirming earlier rumours. "Packed with more than 300 new features, Mac OS X Leopard goes on sale Friday, October 26, at 6:00 p.m. at Apple's retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers, Apple announced today. And, beginning today, customers can place pre-orders on Apple's online store."
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RE[2]: Leopard uk Price
by weckart on Wed 17th Oct 2007 08:07 UTC in reply to "RE: Leopard uk Price"
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You are forgetting a few things:

a) Microsoft fixed it so that you only need to buy the upgrade version. Nobody needs to spend that amount for Ultimate. Microsoft has no intention of 'unfixing' this anytime soon.

b) Shop around and you can get this much more cheaply. Apple does not offer OEM versions, for one.

c) Retail versions come with both disks, so no need to contact Microsoft. I know; I am running Ultimate on my MBP.

d) Students will not be paying anything like $116 for Ultimate. Discounts are more generous, here.

e) Microsoft supports many more native languages out of the box. This is a big deal for me, and the only reason I got Vista over XP. With Leopard, you get Russian, Polish and Iberian Portuguese over Tiger. Big whoop.

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