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Leopard, uncaged: Mac OS X upgrade debuts

The new version of Apple's operating system hit stores with a wide array of new features to check out, from Time Machine to Cover Flow to iChat Theater.

Leopard, the new version of Apple's operating system, hits stores Friday with a wide array of new features to check out, from Time Machine to Cover Flow to iChat Theater.

Early adopters boost Leopard sales for Apple

Roughly the same percentage of the Mac OS X installed base upgraded to Leopard over the weekend as the percentage of the Windows installed base that has upgraded to Vista in nine months.
October 30, 2007

Holes in Leopard's firewall

Researchers find that setting the Apple firewall to block all incoming Internet traffic doesn't work.
October 30, 2007

How deep are Leopard's changes?

Apple's Mac 10.5 operating system don't outpace its predecessor, Tiger, in tests by CNET's Labs, though interface tweaks make it easier to multitask.
October 29, 2007

Leopard's interface enhancements make productivity more pleasurable with a Mac, as more than 300 functional and fun features top off this update. Plus: Users rate Leopard; offer your take.
Images: Leopard's new look
Video: Inside Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
Video: Four Web 2.0 features we love
October 29, 2007

Apple acknowledges some Leopard installation problems

Company's Web site addresses some of the frustrating "blue screen" problems encountered by those upgrading to Mac OS X Leopard.
October 28, 2007

Leopard will open the Mac OS X floodgates (and embarrass Microsoft)

Don Reisinger says his belief that Vista will soon bow to Leopard goes far beyond the operating system itself. Think Google--Redmond certainly does.
October 28, 2007

Apple imposes limits on iPhone purchases

Apple decided this week to require a credit card or debit card to buy an iPhone, and there's now a two-iPhone limit at its retail stores.
October 26, 2007

Apple's Leopard arrives in San Francisco

While it doesn't match the hysteria of iPhone Day, hundreds of people still turn out to wait hours in line for the newest version of Mac OS X.
October 26, 2007

Rain, wind don't deter NYC's Leopard hunters

Hello, kitty! When Mac OS X 10.5 launched at the Fifth Avenue flagship store, it was pouring rain--but that didn't stop fans from waiting in line for a few hours to get it.
October 26, 2007

The steady advance of Mac OS X

With Leopard's arrival, Apple's delivered five major upgrades to Mac OS X in six years, showing that small morsels can be more satisfying than biting off more than you can chew.
October 26, 2007

Reports: Time Machine needs wires

At one point, Apple had promoted a feature of Time Machine that let you back up multiple Macs over a wireless network to an external hard drive, but the final version of Leopard doesn't have that capability.
October 26, 2007

On Fifth Avenue, no Leopard fans spotted yet

A fashion-forward Apple store in New York is a mob scene, of course--but that was because of tourists, not Apple fans anticipating the operating-system launch.
October 26, 2007

Leopard: Is it worth the upgrade?

CNET Blog Network contributor Don Reisinger tackles Mac OS X Leopard and aims to help you decide if an upgrade is in order.
October 22, 2007

Apple's next generation of its operating system, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, is slated for release on October 26. Are you ready for it?
October 26, 2007