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Apple to show Mac OS X 'Snow Leopard' today

Steve Jobs to reveal details of OS X 10.6

Steve Jobs confirmed that Mac developers will get their first look at Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard today.

Jobs, speaking at Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, told the keynote audience that Mac techies would be able to take a look at the OS this afternoon, Pacific time.

Apple is also expected to announce the 3G iPhone at WWDC, although the early part of the keynote has focused on a new range of third-party iPhone apps, including new iPhone tools from eBay and Sega, which will be available once the iPhone App Store launches.

Check the PC Advisor home page for updates.

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