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Leopard roars, iPhone rings

Apple sets a launch date for the next version of Mac OS X. Plus: iPhone in France, and a price change on iTunes.

Apple sets a launch date for the next version of Mac OS X. Plus: iPhone in France, and a price change on iTunes.

Jobs: Third-party iPhone apps coming in February

Makes sense. Apple was never going to win a hacking war and users clearly want outside applications.
October 17, 2007

Leopard to support OpenDocument Format

There are so many features listed on Apple's Leopard landing page that it might be easy to overlook this one.
October 17, 2007

It's official: Leopard to go on sale October 26

After much speculation, Apple has confirmed when the next version of its Mac OS X operating system will hit stores.
October 16, 2007

The Leopard upgrade path for current Mac owners

crave Now that there's a concrete ship date for the full version of Leopard, Apple has also spilled on what the update means for new Mac owners.
October 16, 2007

Apple says 'oui' to Orange for iPhone

French Telecom's wireless carrier Orange will be the exclusive carrier of the Apple iPhone in France, both companies announced.
October 16, 2007

Report: iPhone software development kit due in early '08

Official announcement could come during Steve Jobs' keynote at the annual Macworld Expo on January 15, sources say.
October 16, 2007

Apple drops price of DRM-free iTunes

Fee falls for iTunes Plus songs that have no DRM software protection and allow owners to move song files freely from one device to another.
October 16, 2007

What Apple's iPhone strategy should be

The Digital Home Blogger Don Reisinger looks at what the company should be doing to maximize profit and shareholder value.
October 15, 2007

The wait is almost over. Apple's next-generation operating system, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, is slated for release on October 26. Are you ready for it?

The iPhone comes with a version of OS X, push e-mail, full Internet browsing, a 2-megapixel camera and a high-resolution, 3.5-inch display.