Apple said today that it plans to slow down its rapid pace of releasing new versions of Mac OS X, reports CNET The company has released three updates since Mac OS X debuted in 2001 and has announced that it will show off v10.4 “Tiger” at next month’s Worldwide Developers Conference. “We’re slowing that (pace) down a little bit… because that’s not a sustainable rate,” Apple Chief Software Technology Officer Avie Tevanian said today at the SIIA Enterprise Software Summit. “But you’ll still see us go really fast.”