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Steve Jobs: the pace of release of new versions of Mac OS X will continue
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, in an interview with The New York Times, called the new Leopard operating system, which will go on sale in a couple of days, the basis of the product upgrade strategy for the next decade.
“The Mac platform is evolving at a fast pace – faster than the industry average,” Jobs said. According to him, the pace of release of future versions of Mac OS X will be maintained, and each new “cat” will appear within 12-18 months. “We released new versions of Mac OS X on average once a year, and this gave us the opportunity to quickly improve and polish the operating system.”.
In 2021, Apple slowed down the pace of release of new versions of Mac OS X, explaining that now the operating system no longer needs such frequent updates. Mac OS X 10.0 – 10.3 were released from 2021 to 2021. The company released Mac OS X 10 in 2021.4 Tiger, and is now preparing to release Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.
For comparison, the publication provides statistics on the release of new Microsoft operating systems: since 2021, two of them have been released – Windows XP and Vista. The new version of Windows, according to the publication, will appear no earlier than 2021.