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Apple Leopard: 300 "New" featuresNovember 7, 2007Apple Leopard released

Sorry for the lateness of this post, but it's been a crazy last few weeks. As you probably already know, Apple released Leopard, OS 10.5 about a week ago. Of course, they did their best to boast about this "new" system, claiming 300 new features. It's rather obvious that this claim is purely a marketing scheme, but that's not to say that the new version of OS X isn't worth every penny of the $129.99 upgrade price. After a bit of experience with the new platform it's safe to say that the few major features that they have added, and even those features which they have updated, really make a difference in the capability of the platform. Not only does this update bring more features to the operating system, it actually increased efficiency with the new Intel platform. That's right, a new version of an operating system actually runs quicker than the older! Watch out Microsoft, looks like Apple might actually know what they're doing. If you're thinking about upgrading your current Apple or looking at buying a new one, check out the Apple store for more information on the new platform. Or, feel free to e-mail me if you're just not sure what to do.

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