- Apr 12, 2001
With some readers beginning to grow premature gray hair over the plethora of news regarding Apple's soon to be released iPhone, let's recap some of the recent non-iPhone related stories that we've covered, or that we've let slip through:
Leopard leaks continue to trickle in. Recently disclosed features include enhancements to QuickTime, DVD Player, iChat, and system configurability. Apple has also seeded developers a read/write beta of ZFS for Leopard.
TUAW reports that developers who missed out on WWDC will be able to get their hands on the WWDC build of Leopard "soon." Meanwhile, Apple's major build milestone calendar was outlined by MacScoop, with an expectation of release in late October.
3rd Party Applications
Parallels has gained a lot of attention with their release of Parallels Desktop 3.0, which includes 3D graphics support. Macworld's Peter Cohen took a look at the release from a gamer's perspective. In addition, we recently announced a partnership with Digital River for a 10% discount on Parallels Desktop 3.0 upgrades.
Perhaps also notable is Adobe's Lightroom 1.1 update. Details and an in-depth overview are provided by James Duncan Davidson over in O'Reilly's Inside Lightroom blog.