According to MacPlus with additional confirmation from MacRumors, Snow Leopard 10A432 has gone Golden Master. While most developers haven’t gotten their hands on this 10A432 version, someone has been testing it out at popular benchmarking site Geekbench using a MacBook Pro. The results were taken down for whatever reason but live on in Google’s cache.
Snow Leopard is currently available for pre-order at Amazon and expected to ship in September. Also, Apple is charging $9.95 for people who bought a Mac after June 8th in their up-to-date program
10.6 Snow Leopard: $29
Family Pack (5-User): $49
Box Set (SL, iLife, iWork):$169
Box Set Family Pack (5U):$229
Snow Leopard Server $499
Hopefully the low prices will cut down on the torrent file image downloading that has caused malware to spread in the past.