“Apple’s next generation operating system, Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard), is due for release this Spring. Some of the new features were showcased by Steve Jobs at the World Wide Developers Conference in August. Although many of the features were impressive, Jobs mentioned that he was saving some ‘Top Secret’ features for later. Well, we have a sneak peek,” drawbob writes for LoopRumors.
“We have been digging to find out what these new features might be, and have discovered some interesting information. First, we were told that Leopard’s ‘Top Secret’ features will wow the audiences. Integration with the new Apple TV is a certainty. New data suggests that Leopard will be able to use Apple TV to transmit the MacOS X desktop to high definition televisions,” drawbob writes.
“We reported that Apple is still developing a mystery application for the iPhone that won’t be released until the phone’s release. This application could run independently from the computer, or have a direct tie in to Leopard. Although Apple offers the iPhone for both PC and Macs, some Leopard specific features are said to be installed in the iPhone, to help ‘switch’ users to the Macintosh platform,” drawbob writes.
Full article here.
MacRumors reports, “Fresh off the heels of the latest Leopard screenshot leak are new shots (mirrored via Gizmodo) showing some of Leopard’s latest Safari and QuickView tricks.”
Full article with links here.
Apple’s Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard sneak peek: http://www.apple.com/macosx/leopard/index.html
Ihnatko: Hands-on with Apple’s iPhone (which runs Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard) – January 18, 2007
RUMOR: Apple Mac OS X Leopard to replace ‘Aqua’ with ‘Illuminous’ – December 11, 2006
RUMOR: Mac OS X Leopard feature set, screenshots leaked – August 04, 2006