Mac OS X Puma

Mac OS X 10.1
Version of Mac OS X
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Version10.1
CodenamePuma
Preliminary name
ArchitecturePPC, i386[note 1]
Latest build5S60
Release date2001-09-25
Support end2005
SKUs
Desktop
Server
Replaces
Mac OS X Cheetah (10.0)
Replaced by
Mac OS X Jaguar (10.2)

Mac OS X Puma (10.1) is a version of Mac OS X that was released on 25 September 2001. It was more successful than its predecessor, because of the inclusion of features that existed on Mac OS 9 but not on Mac OS X 10.0 (Cheetah), and it fixed several stability issues; though it was still met with a mixed reception. Most builds of Puma were compiled for PPC (for public use) and x86 (for testing purposes for the upcoming partnership with Intel, which would continue until the announcement in 2005).

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Leaked build 5F7

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Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. Internal testing purposes only