“Apple has reportedly issued new seeds of Mac OS X Snow Leopard and of Leopard 10.5.8 to developers that, at least in the former case, add functionality that was previously only shown at WWDC,” Aidan Malley reports for AppleInsider.
“People familiar with the updates to the two in-development releases say the Snow Leopard seed, 10A394, officially provides just compatibility, reliability and security fixes but appears to give developers access to Expose’s integration with the Dock,” Malley reports.
“Those aware of the new seed for 10.5.8 claim that it’s now advanced four builds from its previous state, to 9L20,” Malley reports. “The company appears to be quickly winding up development as it supposedly hasn’t mentioned any remaining known bugs and has fixed just a few prior issues.”
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