Help, Guides, and News on making the Switch To Apple Macintosh Computers
Snow Leopard Topic
As part of today's Snow Leopard Leopard 10.6.3 maintenance update, Apple rolled out a new feature called 'Data Collection' that can automatically collect diagnostic and usage information from your Mac and send it to Apple for analysis. Here's what Apple states in the 10.6.3 Knowledge Base article:
Amazon is currently offering the Mac OS X Snow Leopard Family Pack Upgrade (5-Users) for just $36.49, a price that qualifies for free shipping and checks in at a 25 percent reduction below the $49 list price.
All Things Digital has reported that Apple will be conducting a media event on Wednesday, September 9th in San Francisco. The venue is most likely the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts a setting where Apple has previously announced iPod and iTunes updates.
As more details emerge about the upcoming Snow Leopard operating system (Mac OS X 10.6), Apple has posted information on the security page for Mac OS X Snow Leopard that potentially recognizes the threat of viruses and malware to the Mac OS X operating system and the applications that run on Mac OS X. Have Apple's most recent statements indicate they they are once again recommending the use of antivirus software?
Following today's unveiling of Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Apple announced that the new Mac operating system will be released in September 2009. Any qualifying Mac or Xserve purchased on or after June 8, 2009 will qualify for the program thereby allowing purchases to upgrade to the new operating system for $9.95 (U.S.) plus any shipping and handling fees.