“Today, Apple has begun seeding new versions of OS X Mountain Lion, iTunes, Safari and Java to Apple employees,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac.
“The new OS X build is version 10.8.5, and it is a supplemental update to the version that was publicly released last month,” Gurman reports. “Last week, we noted that Apple was preparing this new version with bug fixes for MacBook Airs, USB, and HDMI, and today’s new seed is a higher build number (12F45 versus 12F42). This indicates that Apple is making progress on the release and that the launch is nearing for customers.”
Gurman reports, “Also provided to Apple employees is iTunes 11.1.1. This upcoming update is a bug-fix release for the recently launched iTunes 11.1. iTunes 11.1 brought iTunes Radio to the Mac, and 11.1.1 will improve stability and fix bugs relating to Podcast management and iTunes Extras.”
Much more in the full article here.