Mac OS X 10.5 delayed to ensure Vista compatibility?
No good reason for Apple to do so
Analysis: Has Apple delayed Mac OS X 10.5 – aka Leopard – to October? That’s certainly what some unnamed industry sources have claimed, suggesting the delay has been made to allow the company’s coders to get the OS’ Boot Camp utility compatible with Windows Vista.
That claim was made today by Taiwanese newssite DigiTimes. Interestingly, it comes in the same week that US website Ars Technica published a rationale for why Leopard won’t be released in April, two years after the last major Mac OS X update, Tiger.
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