Apple really knows how to milk their fanatically loyal customer base with a $130 operating system upgrade every year.
This year’s release is MacOS X version 10.4, aka Tiger (Grrrowl), and the main things you get for your $130 are the following:
Spotlight: basically a hard drive search application that is built in the OS to make it nice and fast.
Dashboard: Lots of cure little widgets for your desktop
RSS: The Safari web browser now supports RSS feeds
Compatibility: Plays nicer with Windows PCs
Is it worth the $130?, our verdict is nope, but if you’re thinking of buying a mac make sure it comes with 10.4.