OS X 10.6 will be announced at WWDC

TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog) reports that OS X 10.6 will be announced and seeded at WWDC, and the Macrumor forums get flooded with stupid reactions saying that Jan 09 is way too fast to release 10.6.

Are these people morons or idiots? Or recent switchers?

10.6 for a Jan 09 release is just right. And the people who complained that Apple cannot make decent software in 14 months are dumb. Did we have a lot of problems when Tiger came out within 12 months after Panther did? Leopard was a different case scenario because much of the code base was modified and changed, and you can even consider Leopard to be a much different OS than previous OS X versions were. 10.6 will be a version that builds onto the foundation that was created with Leopard.

Now, I wonder which cat will 10.6 be named after?

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