From next year onwards, Apple will no longer allow customers to run the Boot Camp dual-boot solution unless they make the jump to Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Boot Camp first debuted in April 2006 as a beta software for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, and it will expire officially on December 31st this year. Apple has thanked users for participating in the program, and for those who want to continue the Boot Camp experience, they will have to make the leap to Leopard. Will this “forced move” see more Leopard sales?
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