Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 10th Jun 2008 06:12 UTC
Mac OS X Earlier this month, we reported that The Unofficial Apple Weblog's as well as Ars Technica's sources said that Apple was working on the next version of Mac OS X, dubbed Snow Leopard. The news was that the new release wouldn't focus on new features, but on performance. During yesterday's WWDC 2008 keynote, Steve Jobs confirmed this rumour, and now Apple has published a preview page.
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More biz users than anything else
by nighty5 on Tue 10th Jun 2008 07:10 UTC
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Nothing too exciting for average home users.

I can understand their energy to start focusing more on the business users, but unless Snow Leopard has some convincing features home users won't bother to upgrade. Although this could be their strategy anyway, to skip a user friendly release and focus more on business and engineering user types.

I'm still happily running on OS X Tiger and have no intention on upgrading, until I buy a Intel mac in the next 18 months.

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