Rumor: Mac OS X Leopard 10.5 due in May 2007

Mar 16, 2007 - 2 Comments

It’s long been known that Mac OS X 10.5 is due out sometime this year, but when exactly nobody knows and speculation on the release date has been all over the board. SwitchtoaMac.com uses empirical evidence to suggest that Leopard will be released in May, but they go a step further and predict the exact date: May 11, 2007. How they arrive at that date is interesting, if you enjoy the rumors and speculation game then it’s worth a glance.

Mac OS X Leopard 10.5 – a May 2007 Release?

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  1. hmurchison says:

    Leopard is highly anticipated by none other than “me”. However I must say that Tiger on my Mac mini runs so well I’m not fretting if Apple holds out and makes sure Leopard hits the ground “running”. I’m getting a bit impatient about the Top Secret features though. Stop teasing me Apple!

  2. debacle says:

    that’s pretty bold to speculate on the exact date, but some of the methodology is so obvious that he could very well be right. I mean it must be before June just because Apple said Spring, so that narrows it down a bunch.

    I’m crossing my fingers for a new interface

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