Yesterday we reported about a rumor that Apple would unveil a developer release of Mac OS X 10.6 at the WWDC 08 next week.
Ars Technica claims now that Apple calls Mac OS X 10.6 internally Snow Leopard.
Snow Leopard would be released in January 2009 and as already reported would be for Intel CPUs only. Additionally Apple is supposed to use mainly Cocoa as developer interfaces.
More details on Ars Technica.
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