MacUser UK: Is Leopard a new Dawn?

With everything I’ve written on the subject lately, but the overall lack of other such commentary, it’s great to read MacUser’s Kenny Hemphill write on the importance of Leopard being released on time and truly ready:

Leopard will also represent the biggest time gap between versions of Mac OS X, and has already been delayed twice so far this year. To justify that gap, and the delays, Leopard will have to be ready for primetime use from the day it ships. That’s more than can be said for many of Apple’s recent software releases, which seem to have been updated on an almost daily basis. That won’t do for Leopard. It’s Apple’s flagship Mac software for the next two years and needs to be free from serious bugs from the very first time that it’s started up.

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