Released in August of 2002, Mac OS X 10.2 was, in a way, the first new release of Mac OS X to include a large number of new features, such as Address Book, iCal, iChat, as well as nerdier stuff like CUPS and Samba support and Rendezvous (renamed later to Bonjour). It sold for $129.
Sadly, the “Happy Mac” logo that appeared during the Macintosh startup sequence was replaced with a large grey Apple logo with this release.
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