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Apple sets up Mac OS X 'Leopard' survey

Developers questioned as Leopard release nears

Apple is seeking developer feedback on the soon-to-be-released Mac OS X 10.5 'Leopard'. The company has asked those with pre-release builds of Leopard to answer several questions in a survey hosted on the Apple Developer Connection website.

An AppleInsider report claims the company wants developers to share their opinion as to the quality of the current build.

The move is a sure sign that development is reaching an end and the company's development teams intend tightening up what's been achieved so far.

Apple has confirmed it intends releasing Mac OS X 10.5 in October, though developers have voiced some concern at the stability and performance of pre-release versions of the OS, the AppleInsider report explains.


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