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Panther was the code name for version 10.3 of the Apple Macintosh OS X ( operating system ten).

The original Mac OS X release had the code name Cheetah. Mac OS X 10.1 was called Puma, Mac OS X 10.2 was called Jaguar , and Mac OS X 10.4 was called Tiger .

This was last updated in September 2005
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