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OS 10.5 - Snow Leopard on new Macs?

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I'm planning on buying a 17 inch MacBook Pro soon for college but I know that Apple is releasing the Snow Leopard OS soon.

My question to you is: when Snow Leopard is released will it be already installed on Macs that you buy from the store or website?

If not, how long till they start installing Snow Leopard on all new Macs?

Please and thank you for the help!
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They will sell macs with Snow Leopard pre-installed on every new one, once they have introduced the software to the general public. Once it is released, you should be able to buy a new Mac inclusive of Snow Leopard.

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