A few dubious screens from Apple's upcoming OS X mini-update "Snow Leopard" popped up the other week, but now we're staring at a full-on collection of shots from the folks at German site Apfeltalk. They seem legit enough, but given the fact that Snow Leopard's improvements primary are under the hood, there's not a ton to see. Most interesting is a new Safari 4.0 feature to "Save as Web Application," which creates a Safari-lite, double-clickable application out of any webpage, similar to Firefox's Prism. Google Docs, anyone? Other features shown off in the screenshots include Exchange integration and Javascript benchmarks, but it's clear to see that Apple has perhaps a tiny bit more in store for Snow Leopard than what it's letting on.

[Thanks, John]

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Snow Leopard screenshots emerge, reveal Web App functionality