Related link: http://www.nytimes.com/cnet/CNET_2100-1040-941394.html
Mac OS X 10.2 (code-named “Jaguar”), originally slated for release by the end of summer, will more than likely be hitting the streets in August. The NYT has a short -list of new features; for more detail, take a gander at Apple’s “A look inside Jaguar”.
Testers say recent Jaguar test versions, or beta builds, deliver on many of the promises Apple CEO Steve Jobs made when he previewed the OS in May. Most refinements to the Aqua user interface have come in the last few beta builds, another indication Jaguar is nearly ready.
Boy, is it going to be fab MacWorld Expo in NY in a couple of weeks.