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i am wondering how long Apple is going to support snow leopard now that lion is out?
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Seeing as it's the release right before Lion, and there are lot of people who can't upgrade to Lion..Apple will continue to support Snow Leopard for a while. Plus, they'll support Leopard for a while as well since non-Intel folks can't upgrade to Snow Leopard..

Once sufficient population migrates to Intel and machines capable of releases like Lion and after..they'll phase out support for Leopard and Snow Leopard..

But in the end, there's no real timeline or anything associated with this..apart from major bug fixes, I don't imagine there's much happening on Leopard and Snow Leopard anyway..

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