It’s been barely 24 hours since the opening day of the Worldwide Developers Conference
keynote address, where Apple introduced a flurry of new products and previewed Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.
This morning, Editorial Director Jason Snell and Senior News Editor Jonathan Seff headed south to Apple headquarters in Cupertino where they got a more in-depth look at
Leopard and the new
Mac Pro and answered some lingering questions that weren’t covered during the keynote.
In today’s show, we discuss Time Machine, Spaces, and the Mac Pro.
Listen to episode 49
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