Apple preps first beta of OS X 10.8.3

“Apple on Wednesday began inviting developers to test the next update to its Mountain Lion operating system, signaling that a beta of OS X 10.8.3 will arrive soon,” AppleInsider reports.

“No details on exactly what OS X 10.8.3 will include are available,” AppleInsider reports. “The pre-release beta period allows developers to test their applications and find potential bugs before the update is released to the public.”

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    1. About the only thing that tops it is reading something about nothing, but still taking the time to comment on it, thus writing nothing about reading something about nothing.

      Glad to know 10.8.3 is imminent. Can only hope it snappy too!

  1. I only upgrade OSX’s at the 0.4 update. I learned this due to the grief of upgrading at launch day of 10.5 Leopard. Nearly lost a decade’s worth of photos because 10.5 made my Mac into a brick. Ever since then, I’ve bypassed the .0 to .3 updates, and life is smooth. So the best thing that I can say, something, about the .3 update is that it means the .4 update is closer than before.

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