A bit of a Snow Leopard update for y’all this fine (?) Friday afternoon. A gentleman at the Baltimore Sun—wow, is it really like The Wire?—has OFFICIALLY PREDICTED that Apple’s WWDC will begin on June 7, which is a Sunday. Therefore, this gentleman says, we can expect to see the official unveiling of Snow Leopard the following day, on Monday, June 8. Does that mean you’ll be able to head over to your local Apple Store and buy the boxed copy on that date? Perhaps, friends!
It’s like this: Apple usually hosts WWDC at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The only block of time that’s free is June 6-12. So, unless Apple wants to host WWDC somewhere else, we can safely assume that’ll be WWDC Week. Tell your friends.
And, since Steve Jobs last said the Snow Leopard would be available “about a year” from now (which he said in June, 2008), we can now predict, officially, that Snow Leopard Day will be the first Monday of the little block. June 8; you can go ahead and highlight your little Google Calendar right now.
Of course, this is all ridiculous speculation, but it’s Friday and the world is falling apart; live a little!
via 9-to-5 Mac