Apple developers to catch Tiger's tale

Apple Computer said Tuesday it will preview Tiger, the next version of Mac OS X, at a developers conference in June.

CEO Steve Jobs plans to show off the new operating system software during a keynote address June 28 to kick off the company's Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco. The Mac maker offered few details, saying only that Jobs will "offer a preview" of Tiger. Apple has thus far said little about the latest cat, which follows other Mac OS X releases that bore code names such as Puma, Jaguar and Panther.

News source: C|Net News.com

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