More Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard screenshots?

Another couple of Mac OS X 10.5 Pre-release Leopard screenshots have been posted online via Flickr.


These new screenshots (the shots we saw last week via Trinity Rubicon are now admitted fakes) show what’s supposed to be a new version of Safari with a sidebar of webpage thumbnails, some sort of accelerated bookmark menu button, a Boot Camp icon in the Mac menu bar, and a black address book icon in the Dock.

See them here.

Direct links:
Large ((1280 x 854) Picture 1 here.
Large ((1280 x 854) Picture 2 here.

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Related article:
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard screenshots? – June 23, 2006

55 Comments

  1. fake. note on the pic with safari that there are 2 hard drive icons, 1 says macintosh hd and the other says leopard. assuming he has on a separate drive, the leopard drive, he would have booted from that drive, and would have showed up above the other drive. drives are shown on the desktop in the order they booted.

  2. Lets pretend that these are real. If these were Leopard screenshots, I feel sorry for anyone waiting for this. This looks completely unchanged from Tiger. A couple of new menu bar icons and changed theme for some apps does not constitute a new OS version. This is just sad.

  3. AS OF 10.4.5 the Dock (yes the Dock) contacts the Apple Store.

    Install Little Snitch

    Force Quit the Dock.

    Activate Dashboard.

    Why? Who TF knows, but I ran the ip address it contacts and it takes me right to the front page of Apple.

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