The sites AppleInsider and Hardmac.com today they brought some information "from trusted sources" about various Apple products, although, in the case of the Cupertino firm, none of this is 100% confirmed.
According to them, Snow Leopard will be announced at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2009 in June, but will only be available in September (two months later). Much work is still pending on QuickTime X, OpenCL and Grand Central.
Meanwhile, the next update for Leopard, codenamed Juno, has been widely distributed to developers in recent weeks. So many builds we decided not to comment on each one of them here on the site, despite the warning from several readers. The last, 9J39, contains 99 bug fixes. Mac OS X 10.5.7 should be available from Apple this month.
An Xserve update will in fact come in the middle of the year, along with an upgrade on the Macs Pro, which will reach 3.2GHz and incorporate the NVIDIA Quadro FX 5800 graphics card. Ma notebooks, in turn, will only migrate to the Intel's Nehalem chips in November.
The new versions of their professional applications Final Cut Studio 3, DVD Studio Pro (Blu-ray support?), Shake, Logic, in addition to a new Apple ProRes codec, for high definition videos are also coming soon, as we announced in the early March.