In the world of Apple users, whenever the Apple Store goes down, something good and new is set to happen when it goes up again. Just like a moment ago when I was about to register for an upgrade of the my MacBook Pro’s OS X. The Apple Store was down only to be back not more than one hour after. And guess what’s the announcement was? – Apple has started accepting pre-order for the much awaited Mac OS X Snow Leopard with a promise of delivery on the 28th.Having bought my MacBook Pro recently, I was entitled to an upgrade which cost me only P590. Wow, that cheap? For Mac users who bought their units before June 2009, the upgrade would cost around $29. While those who will buy a Mac on the 28th will automatically have the Mac OS X Snow Leopard pre-installed (Lucky them).
Registering for the upgrade was easy as well. All you have to do is enter some personal details and the serial number of your Mac units. You will then proceed via a regular check out procedure, and the upgrade disc will be delivered to you probably 3 days after the 28th.
As for the new features of the Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Apple has listed down on this site.