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article imageWWDC ahead! Where's Snow Leopard?

By Sukhdeep Chhabra     May 22, 2009 in Technology
With the WWDC approaching, talk abounds of the newest upgrade to the Mac OS, Snow Leopard and new addtions to the iPhone. iPhone mini anyone?
Come June and the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference and the blogosphere is saturated with rumours of Snow Leopard, Firmware 3.0 for the iPhone or even perhaps a new iPhone. Again, Steve Jobs is going to be missed in the conference and is expected to return to Apple at the end of June.
However, Apple announced on Wednesday that Snow Leopard, the latest Operating System offering after Mac OS X Leopard, would not be unveiled at the WWDC, as previously expected but some. This comes as a huge disappointment as it was supposed to be the chief highlight of this year’s WWDC. Instead a final Developer Preview will be released. This comes almost a month after Microsoft made available to the general public, the Windows 7 “release candidate build 7100.”
Firmware 3.0, another major upgrade with a host of new features including the much anticipated copy/paste function, is also expected to be released to the public this June.
This year’s conference will be presented by Phil Schiller, SVP of Worldwide Product Marketing who also took stage at the January’s Macworld Expo. The conference will be held from June 8th to 12th at Moscone West, San Francisco.
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