Originally Posted by Jonamac
Leopard is still at 10.5.8. I don't think Apple feel the need to fill up all the .x.y slots.
I hope they don't even try, because there is an infinite number of them!
Originally Posted by Prof. Peabody
Almost certainly, the unusual step of releasing an update with the same version number as the last one was done primarily so that they would still have 10.6.9 left for other fixes.
Originally Posted by Wiggin
I then assume the installation of Lion on that computer is now tied to my AppleID?
Nope. Like all previous Mac OS X releases, Lion contains no activation nor DRM. You need an AppleID to purchase Lion...
Originally Posted by Messiah
I guess we'll eventually get to a tipping point where the mass storage will become so fast that the amount of RAM installed will become less of an issue.
Thank you for saying this. This is what...