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  • Mac OS X Leopard Official Release date..
    www.apple.com apple officially announced Leopard to be released on Oct. 26th. In addition, if you have purchased a new mac on or after October 1 you can get a copy of leopard for -correction (thanks iph0n3) $9.95 through the apple up to date program.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Mac OS X Leopard Official Release date.. started by Digitol View original post
    Comments 23 Comments
    1. Cody Overcash's Avatar
      Cody Overcash -
      bout time.
    1. mikenificent's Avatar
      mikenificent -
      Cool in a way
    1. ufmedrudy's Avatar
      ufmedrudy -
      With the new Mail client, NOTES will now SYNC to your Mac from your iPhone...which is going to require a new MobileMail.app....so I'd expect a new iphone update Oct 26th
    1. waynema's Avatar
      waynema -
      does anyone know how does the family pack work? Can I split the 5 licences among my friends? (they live in the same building as I) How would apple know if you and your friends dont live in the same residence?
    1. sogo's Avatar
      sogo -
      welcome to this morning
    1. iph0n3's Avatar
      iph0n3 -
      19.99 <- where did you get that number from I just bought it for my new iMac and all i payed was the shipping which was 9.95 w/o tax. All you have to do is pay tax
    1. iPhone1118's Avatar
      iPhone1118 -
      i have now spent my 100 dollar credit
    1. wuweiheng's Avatar
      wuweiheng -
      He's right, I purchased Leopard using the up-to-date plan this morning. If you bought a new mac after Oct. 2, 2007 then you can take advantage of the program. You have to have it postmark before the end of the year. I bought my mac from a local reseller and ordering from the apple store was a breeze. $9.95+tax and free shipping. Guess I planned that just right. I bought my mac on the 5th.
    1. agentx1's Avatar
      agentx1 -
      Here's the correct information. On or after October 1st, $9.95 charge.

      http://www.apple.com/macosx/uptodate/
    1. blast7's Avatar
      blast7 -
      Quote Originally Posted by ufmedrudy View Post
      With the new Mail client, NOTES will now SYNC to your Mac from your iPhone...which is going to require a new MobileMail.app....so I'd expect a new iphone update Oct 26th
      maybe not...... i have been able to successfully turn my iPhone notes into text files using sqlite3 (from Erica's Utilities) and also add to the Notes database the same way.

      So given that it's possible to do all of that with the current MobileNotes.app it seems reasonable to me that the change will come on the Leopard side...... allowing the Leopard OS to access the private areas of the iPhone and then retrieve/modify the Notes database for syncing purposes. I don't see any reason why you would need a "sync" button or some other similar UI in the MobileNotes.app since you have to be connected to iTunes to sync in the first place. This does bring up the question of how Notes will be synced on Windows XP. Maybe XP iTunes just backs up the Notes database file so a restore brings back the database you had previously.

      Oh and before anyone asks..... yes I tried using Erica's dumpnotes script but it didn't work correctly for me so I made modifications based on the sqlite3 documentation I found


    1. guyverunit's Avatar
      guyverunit -
      is buying an iphone considered a new mac? LOL j/k
    1. iphoneroeth's Avatar
      iphoneroeth -
      Quote Originally Posted by waynema View Post
      does anyone know how does the family pack work? Can I split the 5 licences among my friends? (they live in the same building as I) How would apple know if you and your friends dont live in the same residence?
      same household
    1. ufmedrudy's Avatar
      ufmedrudy -
      Quote Originally Posted by blast7 View Post
      maybe not...... i have been able to successfully turn my iPhone notes into text files using sqlite3 (from Erica's Utilities) and also add to the Notes database the same way.

      So given that it's possible to do all of that with the current MobileNotes.app it seems reasonable to me that the change will come on the Leopard side...... allowing the Leopard OS to access the private areas of the iPhone and then retrieve/modify the Notes database for syncing purposes. I don't see any reason why you would need a "sync" button or some other similar UI in the MobileNotes.app since you have to be connected to iTunes to sync in the first place. This does bring up the question of how Notes will be synced on Windows XP. Maybe XP iTunes just backs up the Notes database file so a restore brings back the database you had previously.

      Oh and before anyone asks..... yes I tried using Erica's dumpnotes script but it didn't work correctly for me so I made modifications based on the sqlite3 documentation I found



      What I ment to say require the new MAIL.app.....on OS X....and I would still expect the 1.1.2 to launch the same day, for the very reason it wouldnt be able to play well on Windows
    1. Hackme's Avatar
      Hackme -
      Quote Originally Posted by ufmedrudy View Post
      What I ment to say require the new MAIL.app.....on OS X....and I would still expect the 1.1.2 to launch the same day, for the very reason it wouldnt be able to play well on Windows
      Haha that's not what you meant, you just realized that you could be wrong so you tried to change what you said. At first you clearly said "mobilemail.app" and now you a
      want to say "mail.app" for OSx.

      Sorry I'm an a hole but I had to point that out, yeah that's how bored i am.
    1. Farani's Avatar
      Farani -
      You theoretically can split the licenses up among friends though Apple doesn't want you to.

      And also... go to http://www.apple.com/macosx/uptodate/ for the up-to-date aka 9.99
    1. mofolo's Avatar
      mofolo -
      Woohoo!

      You know what that means?
      iPhone is getting OS upgrade too! wooohooo!

      expect some nice - really nice - encryptions on it.
    1. ufmedrudy's Avatar
      ufmedrudy -
      Quote Originally Posted by Hackme View Post
      Haha that's not what you meant, you just realized that you could be wrong so you tried to change what you said. At first you clearly said "mobilemail.app" and now you a
      want to say "mail.app" for OSx.

      Sorry I'm an a hole but I had to point that out, yeah that's how bored i
      am.
      It's an internet message bored...you aren't an a hole and you're entitled to whatever you want to think
    1. Geigerslave's Avatar
      Geigerslave -
      and watch the TIFF hack be closed
    1. sogo's Avatar
      sogo -
      Does anyone know when leopard is gonna be on their hardware? I want to order a MAcBook Pro but don't want buy it, then send in a rebate for Leopard and then install it.