Apple details Mac OS X Snow Leopard Up-to-Date program

With a new version of Mac OS X on the way, some people might be put off buying a new Mac because they want access to the latest OS as soon as it's out. Fear not, Apple has just released details of its "Up-to-Date" program.

With a new version of Mac OS X on the way, some people might be put off buying a new Mac because they want access to the latest OS as soon as it's out. Fear not, Apple has just released details of its "Up-to-Date" program.

Here's the meat:

If you’ve purchased a qualifying computer or Xserve on or after June 8, 2009 that does not include Mac OS X Snow Leopard, you can upgrade to Mac OS X Snow Leopard for $9.95.

That's $9.95 plus tax, but it's still a good deal. There is some small print though regarding qualifying products, but it still gives potential buyers the confidence to part with their cash now and still be able to get their hands on Snow Leopard for ten bucks. Completed order form must be postmarked or faxed within 90 days of the date of purchase of a qualifying computer or by December 26, 2009, whichever is earlier.

If you buy multiple systems you can order one upgrade kit and specify a right to copy which means that you don't have to spend $9.95 per system.

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