“With the release of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard pushed back to October, Apple has bought itself more time to tie loose ends in the current Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger operating system and will put forth those fixes via its first ‘dot ten’ software update in quite some time, AppleInsider has learned,” Kasper Jade and Katie Marsal report for AppleInsider.
The Mac maker hopes to stabilize the software to the point where it can begin seeding copies of the software update externally to its thousands of Apple Developer Connection members as early as next week,” Jade and Marsal report. “Apple may also tap the impending Tiger update to lend software support to an upcoming series of Mac hardware updates that will include refreshed MacBook Pro notebooks and redesigned 20- and 24-inch iMac all-in-one desktop systems.”
“Apple last updated Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger in March, when it released Mac OS X 10.4.9 ,” Jade and Marsal report.
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