Leopard, Leopard, burning bright

Some nice demos of the pretty new features coming in Apple’s next version of the OS can be found here.

Steve Jobs apparently said that Leopard will be available in October, and made a nice comparison with Vista: The Basic version will be $129. The Premium version will be $129. The Business version will be $129 and the Ultimate version will be $129. It’s all the same thing. “Most people”, he quipped, “will just go for the Ultimate version.”

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