I am using a MacBook Pro running Mac OS X 10.5. I am new to this development environment, and previously worked on Windows.
I use iTerm on the Mac, as well as the standard Terminal app.
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Terminal is built into the operating system. It's free and fulfills much the same purpose as xterm on Linux.
As of 10.5, Mac OS X ships with X11, as well as a few standard X applications (namely xterm, xman and xlogo).
You open an XTerm window by starting X (it's in /Applications/Utilities), and while it's active go to Applications/Terminal, or press cmd+n.
I have no experience with iTerm, but there are a few minor features not present in Apple's terminal, such as mouse support, which do happen to work in XTerm there.
Mac OS X also ships with OpenSSH, which can be started with
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