Mac OS X Updates Less Frequent
CNet reported last week that Apple will be slowing the pace of Mac OS X releases in the future.
Apple has released 3 major updates to Mac OS X since its initial release in 2001. A preview of the newest version (Tiger; Mac OS X 10.4) is due at the World Wide Developer's Conference in June of this year.
Apple's Chief Software Technology Officer Avie Tevanian is quoted as saying "We're slowing that (pace) down a little bit...because that's not a sustainable rate." But does promise that "You'll still see us go really fast".