Apple's legal department allegedly is strong-arming the AppleInsider blog. The site in March published details about the latest OS X build, commenting that it "carries with it a significant laundry list of impending issues that will need to be ironed out before any such public release is considered." Apple wants that report taken down.
Few people paid attention to the incident. Apple Insider after all has a pretty poor track record in accurately reporting about upcoming Apple products. But on Thursday Apple decided to delay the release of its OS X 10.5 Tiger, claiming that it needed additional time to test the upcoming product.
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