Apple OS X 10.5 Leopard features leaked?
Ryan Block|August 4, 2006 12:31 PM
Look, before you start in on how we're publishing too many Apple rumors in the runup to WWDC 2006, you should know that really, if this wasn't for the fact that this one came from O'Grady's PowerPage, we'd probably just ignore it. But being that it is, and being that they claim to have the scoop on what OS X 10.5 (aka Leopard) has to offer, we've got to convey the info: Spotlight 2.0, Dashboard 2.0, Safari 3.0, iChat 4.0, Automator 2.0, QuickTime 7.2, Mail 3.0, iCal 3.0, Address Book 5.0. As one might imagine, these are all incremental improvements to currently existing software; apparently we can expect interface improvements for Spotlight and Dashboard (as well as the inclusion of desktop widgets, among other things), integrated FTP and enhanced security on Safari, 7 way video for iChat, Real and DivX support in Quicktime, lots of new tweaks on Mail, and new UIs, formats, and integration for iCal and Address Book. But c'mon, let's be honest, it's not Leopard everyone's purring about, right?