TOKYO (MacHouse) – Apple, Inc. has released a software update only for Snow Leopard users. It’s been released on the same day when the company is scheduled to launch its online application store, which suggests that this software update has to do with App Store. In the meantime, there is no software update available to Leopard users. That means the door is not open to Mac users who run an OS version lower than 10.6 and/or have PowerPC-based Macs. That suggests that Apple wants to give a push for the sale of OS X 10.6 discs.
By the way, MacHouse will not join the party at App Store. The reoccurring annual fee of $99 is not the only problem. We don’t know exactly who is reviewing software submissions. We fear that it’s the same group of people behind Mac OS X Downloads Submission. We have no doubts that Chinese vendors who sell counterfeit products at App Store for iPhone and iPad will be there on our behalf.
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