A number of early adopters have discussed a few minor problems that have cropped up, which include no sound after updating, and issues with the updating process.
Upon the release of Apple's update to Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6.2, a noticeable lack of support for Intel's Atom processor was uncovered.
Some users may experience an issue with their POP accounts after upgrading to Snow Leopard.
Users may find that after upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6.2, Pages, Keynote, Numbers, and iWeb unexpectedly quit during use.
Some users experienced an issue after updating to Mac OS X 10.6.2 Snow Leopard where Quick Look produced a blank window with no file preview. These users also recently restored their systems via Time Machine.
Apple has pushed out an update to OS X Snow Leopard, moving the version to 10.6.2. According to the release notes it fixes a number of key problems within the OS. We tested it
Apple has released the 10.6.2 update to OS X, which addresses a number of issues in Snow Leopard pertaining to graphics, systems unexpectedly logging out, and application support for Apple's application suites and built-in programs like Safari.
Apple's upcoming 10.6.2 Snow Leopard update is rumored to address the guest account bug, so if you're holding off on Snow Leopard because of this bug, you might consider going ahead with this upgrade soon.
Apple fixes a number of issues in Snow Leopard, including a bug that caused the loss of data when logged in as a guest.
Apple has released a pair of updates for server and storage users, Mail Services 1.0 for Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server and Xsan 2.2.1 File System Update.