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Hey people, I wanted to know if the new Snow Leopard will be just a standard update or we will have to buy the actual CD for it. If it's a CD how much would it cost about?

I just got my Alu Macbook it kind of sucks to know that the next version is right around the corner. Will we new Mac buyers get a free upgrade?

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I believe you would need to ask Apple that one - we would all like to have those answers.
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It won't be like a 10.5.x update where you can download it for free. It will be a 10.4 - 10.5 style update (a major revision) and thus, you will have to upgrade by purchasing SL.

I would imagine it would cost the same as, or close to, what Leopard costs.
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