* Mac computer with an Intel processor
* 1GB of memory
* 5GB of free disk space
* DVD drive for installation
* Some features require a compatible Internet service provider; fees may apply.
Upgrading from Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger. If your Intel-based Mac is running Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger, purchase the Mac Box Set (when available), which is a single, affordable package that includes Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard; iLife ’09, with the latest versions of iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand, iWeb, and iDVD; and iWork ’09, Apple’s productivity suite for home and office including Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.
I hope that you don't have to get all that! If they do sell it on it's own, I bet it's going to be $129
Hmmm...looks like they are forcing you to get the package. I wonder if it's because Leopard users already paid $129?
For Tiger users with an Intel-based Mac, the Mac Box Set includes Mac OS X Snow Leopard, iLife '09 and iWork '09 and will be available for a suggested price of $169 (US) and a Family Pack is available for a suggested price of $229 (US).
Loc: Near an iPad
$169. That sounds like a reasonable price.
I don't care what anyone else says. I'm more excited about Snow Leopard than probably any other version of OS X besides Panther. The upgrade itself doesn't look that spectacular, but it's going to bring a sea change. Starting with the swift death of PowerPC/Universal Binaries.
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