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Mac OS X 10.5.6 Brings Massive Bug Fixes; Snow Leopard Update

Two new builds of Mac OS X 10.5.6 have been released to Apple developers over the past couple of weeks, revealing a vast amount of bug fixes to Leopard as well as information on the much anticipated Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.

AppleInsider reports that leaked evaluation notes from build 9G52 show 103 different bug fixes that will come with the release of the software expected in time for the holidays. Some of the fixes include graphics corruption issues, complications with DVI and Display detection, slow syncing, PDF printing from Mail, and a host of MobileMe syncing issues.

Apple has also been hard at work on Mac OS X 10.5.6 Server, set for release along its Client cousin, as seed notes from build 9G46 show testing efforts on Podcast Producer, Password Server, Server Manager, Single Sign-On, and AFP Performance.

Additional developer notes reveal the most current pre-release build of Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, shown to be 10A222, which recently added a new Grand Central developer API. Microsoft Exchange support in Mail, Address Book and iCal remain the spotlight areas of testing. AI maintains that Snow Leopard’s 64-bit kernal support is to remain restricted to Macs released in the first half of 2008, including the early 2008 Mac Pro, early 2008 iMacs, and early 2008 MacBook Pro. As development of Snow Leopard progress, Apple will extend 64-bit kernal support to additional Macs.

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