Leaked Apple Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard screenshots

There’s nothing quite like a nice bunch of leaked next-gen Mac OS X screenshot goodness.

Shots include:
• The WWDC Leopard installer
• Automator 2.0
• Directory Utility 2.0
• Disk Utility 11.0
• DVD Player 5.0
• Finder’s new View Option with Grid Spacing
• iCal 3.0
• iChat 4.0 (3 screenshots)
• Keychain Access 4.0
• Mail 3.0
• Note and To Do list functionality in Mail 3.0
• Photo Booth 2.0 with animated GIF capture
• Safari 3.0’s new Find feature
• Help withe Spotlight functionality
• Spring loaded folders finally come to the Dock in Leopard
• Expose & Spaces in System Preferences 4.0
• Spaces System Preference
• Print & Fax System Preference
• Time Machine System Preference
• VoiceOver 2.0
• Leopard’s new Trash window

Via Think Secret: http://www.thinksecret.com/archives/macosxleopard/0608wwdc/

37 Comments

  1. • Leopard’s new Trash window

    Well its not really that new. Its just the same as usual with the side bar closed. Its still there, you can open it up if you drag the dot in the middle! All thats new is the blue bar with empty button

  2. “These ‘leaks’ all have one thing in common: none of them have yet to show us anything worth paying for.”

    And if that’s how you feel, imagine the poor Windows users that have nothing more than Vista to look forward to in the future…

  3. It’s ok, not a big leap from 10.4. I mean, who’s gonna use Mail’s notes? Some of those features are basic improvements that could have been added in a 10.4.x update. Let’s be honest people, spring loaded folders in the dock and a different view for the Trash folder – wow. Not that I would switch to Windows anytime soon, I’m hoping the secret features will know my socks off.

  4. ho-hum.
    why do i think the new secret features will be new icons or backgrounds or something else totally “who cares?”

    10.4 > 10.5 so far not impressed. i can´t ever imagine using the time machine or lost of the other doo-dads.

  5. “I mean, who’s gonna use Mail’s notes?”

    I am. I can’t wait for it. It’s going to make my work flow much more productive. Newsflash: The world doesn’t revolve around you! Just because you don’t see the value of a feature, doesn’t mean others won’t.

    The more I think about how I’d use Spaces, the more excited I get about it. For those who don’t think the new features are worth it, don’t buy it. The fact of the matter is, the OS is so close to perfect already, it’s getting harder to find new features to add. That really sucks, huh?

  6. $149 upgrade + $299 for addl memory to run the doo dads + $199 hard drive to hold ’em.

    What a bargain!

    SSS (Steve’s Secret Stuff) had better be good.

    It’s not a matter of whether or not I will upgrade, the point is whether we are going to allow Apple to rip us off (again) just because they’ve decided it’s time.

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