So, the story about Apple delaying the Leopard version of Mac OS X from a few weeks ago was half right.
Bootcamp wasn't behind the delay; the iPhone supposedly is. Now Leopard is slated to ship in October 2007 instead of "spring 2007."
Like Microsoft did when it took folks off Windows Vista to work on Windows XP Service Pack (SP) 2, Apple is taking folks off Leopard to work on the iPhone.
If I were Microsoft, I'd launch a "Cupertino, start your photocopiers!" (just like Apple's "Redmond, start your photocopiers!") campaign. Microsoft could say: "Who's copying who now, huh? We thought of the not-enough-engineers excuse way back in 2004!"
Will Microsoft dare to be that creative? No....