Mac OS X Leopard: Vista 2.0 [images]

OS X Leopard: Vista 2.0

A photographer in the San Francisco area has snapped two early images of Mac OS X Leopard--peering through the windows of the Moscone Center West. This time a banner declaring "Mac OS X Leopard: Vista 2.0" has been spotted. Though this banner does not reveal any more about the the OS upgrade, these images surface after similar pictures showing a banner proclaiming "You've come to the right platform" and "64-Bit" were posted on the internet late last week. This is the second year of WWDC where Apple has taken shots at Microsoft--two years ago where one banner read "Redmond start your photocopiers" after introducing Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger. Be sure to log onto to MacNN Monday at 1PM EST or 10AM PST for live keynote coverage, or discuss the news as it happens on MacNN's IRC Channel or forums. [image included]

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  1. chabig 08/07, 12:18am

    It wasn't last year when Apple implored Redmond to start their photocopiers. That happened when Tiger was introduced at WWDC 2004--Tiger was released to the public in early 2005.

    Last year's WWDC was all about the Intel transition.

  1. schuimpge 08/07, 04:00am

    Chabig, try reading a second time before you start typing... Monday-blues maybe? Or just nervous for WWDC?

    "This is the second year of WWDC where Apple has taken shots at Microsoft--two years ago where one banner read "Redmond start your photocopiers" after introducing Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger."

  1. chabig 08/07, 08:30am

    schuimpge,

    When I posted it said:

    "This is the second year of WWDC where Apple has taken shots at Microsoft--one year ago where one banner read "Redmond start your photocopiers" after introducing Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger."

    This is the internet. I posted. They read it and corrected the article.

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