Apple Seeds New Version Of Mac OS X

Apple developers, rejoice, as you’ve apparently been deemed worthy of receiving yet another gift from Cupertino.  Or in other words: Apple’s started seeding a fresh version of Mac OS X 10.6.4 to developers.

An AppleInsider post from earlier today stated, “People familiar with the matter said build 10F50 of Mac OS X 10.6.4, seeded to Apple’s developer community, is a 581.3MB file.  The delta build has many of the same fixes found in the previous build issued to developers last week.”

As for what makes this new build stand out a little bit, “The only change specifically cited by Apple is an improvement in VoiceOver compatibility with the iMovie and GarageBand applications.  The previous build had focused generally on VoiceOver, but did not specifically mention the iLife software.”

Get it if you can, then, but just go in knowing that this isn’t quite the equivalent of getting fire from Prometheus or anything like that.

Categorized as Apple

By Doug Caverly

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