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Thursday, 18 October 2007 14:12

Apple Mac OS X Leopard

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For sale on 26th October


Apple Inc.
said earlier this week that it has started receiving orders for its new operating system called Leopard, which will run on Apple Mac PCs and Notebooks. After a four month delay due to resources being allocated to the iPhone, Apple is set to go live with the software on October 26th; it will cost US$129 for a single user license.

This is the sixth version of Apple Mac OS X software and has 300 listed improvements from its predecessor. You can view those improvements here.

Apple, Inc.’s shares were at an all time high yesterday, selling for about US$173 per share. The general consensus of “Buy” in the market must be making investors happy.

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Here are the general requirements for Mac OS X Leopard:

·    Mac computer with an Intel, PowerPC G5, or PowerPC G4 (867MHz or faster) processor
·    512MB of memory
·    DVD drive for installation
·    9GB of available disk space
·    Some features require a compatible Internet Service Provider; fees may apply.
·    Some features require Apple's .Mac service; fees apply.

This new version leaves us speculating whether it can run on any PC, even one that is not sold as a Mac. Only time will tell. Read more here.


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