No native virtualization for Leopard

Opening WWDC conference, yesterday Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs introduced for the first time the next update of Mac OS X: Leopard.

In his keynote Jobs showed some improvements but no one was about virtualization. Anyway the company CEO explicitly said most important features will remain unveiled, joking on the fact competitors (Microsoft) could start copying them too soon

The hope to have native virtualization in Leopard then is still alive but, while waiting, Mac community will have to use Parallels Desktop or upcoming VMware product for Mac OS X.