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Discussion in 'macOS' started by Trepex, Oct 16, 2007.
The store is back up and Leopard is announced
Is Leopard the only new thing?
Education discount makes it $119 instead of the usual $69 that every other version of OS X has been.
Leopard Up-to-Date Program
If you buy a qualifying Mac between October 1, 2007 and December 29, 2007, and it does not include Mac OS X Leopard, youre eligible to get Leopard after its released for just $9.95 plus tax.
Minimum System Requirements
Mac computer with an Intel, PowerPC G5, or PowerPC G4 (867MHz or faster) processor 512MB of physical RAM DVD drive for installation
If your company has an employee discount agreement with Apple, the employee discounted price for Leopard is $107.10 for a single license or $165.20 for a family license pack.
wow. october 1st. i'm surprised at that
Surprised in what way? That they only backdated that far or that it's as far back as it is?
Does anyone have any ideas when you will be able to order pre-loaded mac's off the online mac store?
Will it be on the 26th?
In the excitement of checking out the Apple site's Leopard preview I noticed something I hadn't before -- does Leopard not mount volumes on the desktop anymore? In the pics I have seen of the new desktop, none of them have had mounted drives/volumes. Am I missing something here?
If I remember correctly, a single license of Tiger could be used on 3 computers (not 100% sure, only had 1 mac when Tiger came out). Can you do the same for Leopard? Or am I just going to have to buy the Family Pack?
Does anyone know if they are doing some kind of programme in the uk for getting leopard cheaper on qualifying imacs??
this has to be a typo!!!
an hour or two ? are they mad
You have to buy us all Leopard for starting this thread
It maybe taking into account the time for TimeMachine and Spotlight to 'do their thing'.
You know indexing and backing up etc.
but still 2 hours ? what is this Windows!
I hope this is going to be the case in the UK, got my Mac on the 3 oct, tomorrow is the last day I can return it to the store and am not sure what to do. Spoke to Apple today and they had no infomation about free upgrades as yet.
usually it's only like 14 days or so
What, Leopard's not enough for ya'?
of course there will never be enough
I dunno...the only reason the release date is still 10 days away is they need time to burndiscs. I wouldb't be surprised if any new MAC you ordered today came with Leopard pre-installed.
I bought mine last week, so it has 10.4.10 installed, plus I get Leopard for $9.95, so I have the option to upgrade or not. Me likes