A poster in the realmac software forum, perhaps sitting rather loosely to whatever NDA he might have signed, offers a glimpse (UPDATE: The link is dead. The post is pulled) of continued development in Leopard.
Just installed the newest release of Leopard. Nothing major just some bug fixes around the new mail app and other minor issues. There are some new firewall settings which seem to a very nice addition.
Since this is my first year as a developer and the first time I have been able to load pre-release software I can’t say at this point that it was a very good or bad decision. Per my previous posts Leopard is an evolution of Tiger and there really are not that many things, I feel, to get excited about for most users. The integration of the calendar with mail and to do is really nice and should give users of Entourage a run for their money.
I thought that stamping out bugs before a product’s release was a dying art, so that bit sounds good.
I don’t know any more. If you do, you had better keep it to yourself.
- Nice email from Apple, Mail team jobs
- iconical: Correct the date on iCal’s Dock icon
- More post-10.4.7 Mail pains
- Mail Act-on gets Leopard installer
- Spanning Sync gets more reliable
Tags: Apple, Apple Mail, bugs, leopard mail, mail.app, NDA, tease