Apple's professional image editing software, Aperture, has recently been updated to version 3.1 though some users running Mac OS X 10.5.8 may not be able to install the update.
Digging into the iPhone Atlas mailbag, Brandon from Atlanta wonders why iPhone 4 requires Mac OS X 10.5.8 when it can operate on a Windows machine still running Windows XP.
OS X users who upgraded to 10.5.8 may run into a problem where Mail will not open, and instead gives an error stating that this version of Mail cannot be used with the current operating system.
Some people who had Airport problems after upgrading to 10.5.8 may not be able to install the patch Apple released today, especially if they have modified their system with various workarounds to get Airport working again.
MacFixIt reader "Dennis S." writes in to tells us about a solution he found to his Epson scanner not working properly after the Mac OS X 10.5.8 update.
Several MacFixIt readers have already written in to report issues they have experienced with the recent update to Mac OS X Leopard, 10.5.8.
Here is my step-by-step process, start to finish, installing the Mac OS X 10.5.8 update, including observations and notes along the way. Step one: Control my nerdy excitement.
Apple has released OS X 10.5.8. The update is recommended for all OS X Leopard users, and according to the update documentation includes "general operating system fixes that enhance stability, compatibility, and security."
A workaround has cropped up for people who're affected by wireless problems with the latest OS update. This workaround requires you to have a copy of an OS X 10.5.7 installation, so you can grab a few kernel extension files from it for use with 10.5.8.