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iPhones & Snow Leopards
Apple Is Supposed to Unveil Its Next-generation 3G iPhone Monday, June 9
By: Maureen O'Gara
Jun. 9, 2008 04:00 PM
Apple is supposed to unveil its next-generation 3G iPhone Monday, June 9 at its Worldwide Developers Conference.An iPhone Apps Store, peddling Apple-approved third-party applications for a 30% cut of the proceeds, is also expected to debut. The new iPhone reportedly has GPS support. Rumor has it that Stevie may also introduce the next version of Mac OS X, reportedly code named Snow Leopard, supposedly Apple’s way of indicating it won’t be all that different from the current Leopard, just faster and more stable. However, Snow Leopard is supposed to abandon backward compatibility and run only on Intel machines. Final release is next year.
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