quarta-feira, 19 de novembro de 2008

Mac OS X Snow Leopard coming early?

Apple's OS X Snow Leopard may be on tap for the start of the new year, slightly earlier than expected.
The update appears to be slated for debut in the first quarter of 2009, according to a slide presented by Jordan Hubbard, Apple's director of engineering for Unix technologies, at a conference last week.
Snow Leopard, or version 10.6 of the operating system, is expected to be optimized for multicore processors, include QuickTime X, and offer built-in support for Microsoft's Exchange 2007 software.


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