A further beta of Mac OS X 10.6.4 - the upcoming 'point' release of the Snow Leopard operating system which offers security and maintenance updates for the latest build reportedly remains free of known issues.
It's been said that build 10F564 weighs in at 600MB -- roughly 20MB larger than the last build. Developers were supposedly asked to concentrate on Graphics Drivers, SMB, USB, VoiceOver and VPN. The last beta, build 10F58, was issued to developers at the end of May and this was also said to be clear of issues.
Recent builds have all focused on the above areas and enhancements, and this week's update is much the same. The updates address issues that might render the keyboard / trackpad unresponsive, plus also fixed a problem that stopped certain Adobe Creative Suite 3 applications from launching correctly.
Mac OS X 10.6.4 beta 6 grows in size with modest fixes...Again as in the last beta, no known problems have been identified by Apple. The update may therefore be rapidly approaching a public release, although it is unlikely to arrive by the beginning of the Worldwide Developers Conference on June 7th. It could arrive shortly thereafter, particularly if Apple decides to refresh the Mac Pro and/or MacBook Air.
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