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Today in Apple history: OS X Snow Leopard roars for the first time

[2019-06-08 12:00:55]

June 8, 2009: Apple introduces OS X Snow Leopard, a version of its Mac operating system that ranks among the company’s finest desktop updates. It may not be as flashy as some other updates, but it more than delivers on Apple’s core values. It paves a path to a bright future for the Mac. Optimizing ...

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