Apple Had a Busy Tuesday

By  |  Tuesday, May 12, 2009 at 10:58 pm

Tuesday was a busy one in Cupertino. The day saw three software updates release, including Mac OS X 10.5.7, Safari 3.2.3, and an update to the 4.0 beta. There’s nothing really ground shattering, but there are some highlights to each of the releases. As is typical

Safari 3.2.3 isn’t really much of anything other than a security update, according to the Apple website.

The Mac OS X 10.5.7 update includes your typical security fixes, plus:

  • expanded RAW support
  • video playback/cursor issues in recent Macs with nVidia chips
  • MobileMe syncing improvements with iCal
  • improved consistency with Parental Controls and application restrictions
  • improved printing reliability and stability

See this post from Apple for more information.

Finally, the company updating the release of the Safari 4 beta to ensure compatibility with 10.5.7 as well as to fix several security related problems.

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