“Apple Computer this week delivered to developers Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard build 9A303, the latest in an extremely limited series of pre-release builds of its next-generation operating system,” AppleInsider reports.
AppleInsider reports, “People familiar with the new distribution of the software, labeled Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard build 9A303, say one of its primary objectives of the release is to knock out several ‘performance related bugs’ that were present in build 9A283.”
“The latest build, those same people say, also reduces hangs in the Mac OS X Leopard Finder caused by a network connectivity issue and delivers several performance enhancements to the initial version of Time Machine,” AppleInsider reports.
AppleInsider reports, “Apple has maintained that it will be ready to release Leopard sometime during the first half of 2007.”
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Apple’s Mac OS X Leopard Sneak Peek here.