MacScoop reports that sources close to the development of Mac OS X Leopard in Cupertino have revealed an internal roadmap for the software’s release.

This includes bug fixes by early July addressing various issues that developers have encountered with Airport, as well as several other user interface, API, and Developer Tools problems. A major build will follow early August while a totally feature-full and stable Final Candidate version of Mac OS X Leopard will arrive early in September, the report claims.

After the Final Candidate, Apple's staff will continue testing Leopard for a period of four to six weeks at most. In early to mid October, Leopard should reach the Golden Master status and Apple will be launching the DVD and packaging production. The finished version will go on sale in October or early November, suggests MacScoop.