Leopard screenies posted (again)

Leopard screenies posted (again)

Summary: Last Friday I mentioned that Wired had complied with a request by Apple legal to remove several screen shots of the WWDC build (9a466) of Leopard that were posted on their Web site.This time Think Secret has posted a complete gallery of 33 screenies from the Mac OS 10.

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Leopard 9a466 screen shotLast Friday I mentioned that Wired had complied with a request by Apple legal to remove several screen shots of the WWDC build (9a466) of Leopard that were posted on their Web site.

This time Think Secret has posted a complete gallery of 33 screenies from the Mac OS 10.5 "preview release" distributed to developers last week. According to TS: "Leopard also continues to grow considerably in size: build 9A410 was roughly 5.4GB in size, while 9A466 tips the scales at almost 6.1GB."

Think Secret has a long track record of posting OS X screen shots including previous Leopard galleries: 9A241, 9A283, 9A321, 9A343, 9A377a, and 9A410.

Topics: Apple, Hardware, Operating Systems, Software

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  • Am loving leopard!!

    Leopard is looking great!! I am more excited about Leopard than I am about the iPhone!!! Wouldn't you agree?
    viruser
    • What are the Hardware Requirements?

      Personally, I'd like to know what the hardware requirements of Leopard are. What's the point in keeping a lid on such vital information? Can I simply upgrade the OS on my Mac or must I get a newer Mac to make the leap? It'd be nice to know BEFORE Leopard hits the shops.
      Billsey
      • Yeah

        I am guessing it will run happily on the latest Intel MacBooks. To be honest there
        isn't anything that looks like it requires huge amounts of resources. I hope it does
        anyway because I brought my MacBook not long ago.
        kyussmondo
        • It'll work for you.

          From what I've gathered, Leopard will work with all Macs, PPC or Intel, all the way back to the G3. I can't remember whether or not it's compatible with the first blue and white G3 though.
          roy.jovero@...