Friday, March 28, 2008

Apple Begins Testing of Mac OS X 10.5.3 Update

Thursday Apple made available Mac OS X 10.5.3 Build 9D10 to its developer community for testing.

AppleInsider reports that changes to the following applications are in need of evaluation: AddressBook, AppleScript, Audio, Back To My Mac, Dashboard, the Dock, DVD Player, Finder, Graphics, iCal, Mail, Portable Home Directories, Printing, Rosetta, Spaces, Spotlight, Time Machine, and VoiceOver.

Apple is said to have listed 75 code corrections in the developer notes including two aimed at critical memory leaks within CoreAnimation and iCal.

Other fixes target Dashboard, iCal alarms and syncing, Installer App, Spotlight indexing, PDFs within the Preview App, Mail alarms, Spaces, Stacks and the Dock.

We can expect to see a release of OS X 10.5.3 in April or May.

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