InfoWorld reported that the prerelease version of Leopard handed out to developers at WWDC has been leaked to file sharing networks.
It reportedly has all the features shown at the WWDC, including Spaces and Time Machine.
Of course, this could also be a deliberate publicity stunt for Apple. This release most definitely does not have any of the secret features Jobs wouldn’t comment on at WWDC. It’s the release that was handed out on DVD at the WWDC, so Apple knew it could make its way onto file sharing networks eventually.
So what do you think? Was this some common sense-lacking developer who wants to get sued or Apple looking to build up some viral marketing prior to Leopard’s official release?