“Apple CEO Steve Jobs opened Apple’s recent annual Worldwide Developers Conference with a keynote that put an end to weeks of speculation about new products and features in the next generation of Mac OS X,” Ryan Faas writes for Computerworld. “The announcements Jobs made can be broken down into four major areas: information about Apple, the new Mac Pro, the new Intel-based Xserve and a preview of Mac OS X Leopard, which is due out by next spring. But what do the upcoming changes mean for Mac professionals — both those who work in the IT field and those who use Macs as part of their daily job?”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Macaday” for the heads up.]