“Apple’s Director of Engineering of Unix Technologies Jordan Hubbard spoke at LISA ’08 last week,” Arnold Kim reports for Mac Rumors.
“LISA (or Large Installation System Administration Conference) is a technical conference targeted at engineers and system administrators,” Kim explains.
Hubbard’s “most surprising revelation is a more specific target date for Apple’s Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard): 1st Quarter 2009,” Kim reports.
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MacDailyNews Note: Apple’s Snow Leopard webpage states that the OS is “scheduled to ship in about a year.” The webpage debuted in June 2008.