Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard farther off than hoped

Mar 2, 2007 - Leave a Comment

A report on the Apple rumor site AppleInsider suggests that the release of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard is further off than expected. For several months now, rumor sites have been speculating that Apple might be releasing 10.5 as early as late March, but the report from AppleInsider indicates there are too many bugs and quirks for Leopard to be released within the month. The latest build, 9a377, has some minor feature improvements, but also major problems such as crashes when QuickTime is played in Safari, and when the PowerBook G4 is woken up from sleep. Be sure to read the AppleInsider report for more information:

AppleInsider: Latest Leopard build from Apple suggests much work ahead

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