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Will Leopard be compatible with a power mac G4?
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Most likely, yes. Still nobody can really answer that just yet since it won't be released for another 6 months or so.

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Most likely, yes. Still nobody can really answer that just yet since it won't be released for another 6 months or so.

I know when Steve Jobs had the revealing, he showed a lot of things, but I didn't remember if me mentioned that.
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Steve specifically said that 10.5 will support the G3 through the Intel chip.....


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It will be a while before they drop the g4.. longer before they drop the g5... but they soon with both be dropped when apple goes all intel.

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Will it cost anything to upgrade in the future? Just curious.
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Steve specifically said that 10.5 will support the G3 through the Intel chip.....

Thank you. Did you watch the video of the revealing?
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Yes, from 10.4 to 10.5 you have to pay for the new OS because it isn't an upgrade it is a new OS.
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