Apple said Monday that CEO Steve Jobs and a team of executives would preview the next version of Mac OS X, code-named "Leopard," in a keynote at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in August. As well as the demonstration, the company said it planned to give attendees information on how to take advantage of the new features in Apple's next-generation operating system.
The event will run from August 7 to 11, 2006. The preview of Leopard was somewhat expected, as the Cupertino company normally previews its new operating systems at the confab. Details on the expected new features coming in Leopard were not disclosed, although it is known that Boot Camp, the technology that makes running Windows possible on a Mac, will be included in the release.
Apple to Preview Leopard