Apple has finally launched details about the new operating system called Leopard. It will be launched on October 26 at 6pm. If you want it now, you can pre-order it from the Apple Store.
It will cost $158 (including GST) for a single user license and $245 (including GST) for a five-user license. The server edition will cost $598 (including GST) for a single user license and $1,199 (including GST) for a 10-client license.
However, people who got their Macs from October 1st will be able to receive an upgrade disk to Leopard for only $12.95 (and that includes me…yay!) It’s all part of their Up-To-Date scheme.
Minimum Requirements are 512MB of RAM, and any Mac that has Intel, PowerPC G5 or G4. To run server, you will need 1GB of RAM and at least 20GB of space. Full specs are here.
So there you have it… the long (and very, very painful) wait is now officially over!