With Apple's OS X Leopard nearing final candidate status, comes the unauthorized release of the OS' welcome movie. For its part, Think Secret reports that this spaced-theme video is matched with a similarly-styled desktop picture, which together highlight Time Machine—Leopard's back-up / snap-back—features.
Meanwhile, AppleInsider reports on the narrowing focus of Leopard development—Parental Controls, Time Machine, DVD Installations, Network Connectivity, Printing, FileVault, Mail, iChat, iCal, .Mac Synching, and Spotlight.
These and other sources are reporting a flurry of activity as Apple begins final preparations for Leopard's release in October.
Like recent iPod rumors, which point to a Sept 5 Apple event introduction, Leopard reporting is an ensemble effort by multiple sources—no single outlet seems to be getting the whole picture.
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