Apple OS X free upgrades for Leopard?

Discussion in 'macOS' started by Braz0s, Aug 8, 2007.

  1. Braz0s macrumors newbie

    Braz0s

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    In the past Apple has offered users who bought new macs right before a new OS release a free upgrade to the latest OS. I believe it used to be 60 days (?). Can anyone remember if they did this with any of the OS X releases?
     
  2. siurpeeman macrumors 603

    siurpeeman

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    apple usually announces a specific launch date within a month prior to launch. the "up-to-date" program (i think it's a $9.95 upgrade) usually starts from that announcement, and it's never been 60 days, closer to 30.
     
  3. Multimedia macrumors 603

    Multimedia

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    Not Yet. And not 60 days. Maybe the September 25 Paris Apple Expo Keynote.

    Only after they announced the release date and for a shipping & handling fee. Won't happen before the September 25 Paris Apple Expo Keynote - if then.

    Release time-date is likely 6pm Friday October 26.
     

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