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OS 10.5 - How??


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i know this isn't an issue...but im just wondering how it's possible...

here are two pics...the first is the "about this mac" page on my machine

the second is one i copied from a screenshot someone else posted

(What is the largest HDD I put in my MacBook Pro 15"?)







cant figure out how...i doesnt seem to make a difference...but is pretty strange...we are both running 10.5.2!
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His/her computer probably shipped with 10.5.2.
Apple ships the latest builds of their OS on their new machines.

For example, my original 17" MacBook Pro Core Duo with a launch release of Leopard has a lower build then my dads 17" MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo that he bought 2 weeks ago, even though we are both running 10.5.2.
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As nabeel states the 1983-2007 dates come about as you installed Leopard during 2007, at the time probably X.5, and the newer machine has a 2008 install of X.5.2 and Apple has updated the dates is all..
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Well, it has more to do with when your copy was released, then when you installed it.
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possibly...i did get my system in december...

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