Specifically the slide presented by the director of Apple’s Unix Technology Group, Jordan Hubbard, shows Snow Leopard will ship in the first quarter of 2009 – sparking speculation that the company could show off a near finalized copy at January's Macworld Expo and follow up with an official release a couple of months later.
Rather than emphasize revolutionary new features, Snow Leopard is said to focus on performance and stability, with Apple particularly mentioning it will be optimized for multi-core processors and that should also enable “breakthrough amounts of RAM.”
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