A Sevenmac reader has submitted information relating to Apples upcoming operating system 10.6 Snow Leopard which is rumored to be released sometime next year. It’s said that the user installed Snow Leopard onto an external USB hard drive and booted the system, despite this the new OS X had no problems at all and ran smoothly.
The video below shows the user browsing the web, showing us the version number of snow leopard and more, including the new version of Safari.
Sevenmac Magazin got themselves (or do they actually have it?) some screenshots of Apple’s upcoming Mac OS X update, the much anticipated Snow Leopard. What’s interesting is that it looks like apps with 32-bit modules will need to run in 32-bit mode even if they are 64-bit.