Originally Posted by kschat
I understand this but aren't service packs the same thing? Usually fixing bugs, updating drivers, speeding up the kernal, ect. Not saying I'm right or you're wrong just throwing it out there that a service pack and snow leopard are similar is various ways. I'm just trying to support my argument from before that apple has charged for an update which I see snow leopard being.
Yeah, that's what a service pack does.
See, Snow Leopard can't be a SP because it introduced new bugs
On a serious note, it was coded to be 64-bit as were most, if not all, of the Apple applications, GCD was introduced, OpenCL, Quicktime X. Most of it was refinements, speed improvements, getting ready for 10.7. Still wasn't an SP though, we may have to agree to disagree
: That's what Apple lists for Mac OS X: http://www.apple.com/macosx/