Apple's latest version of OS X Lion is just a small driver and core services update that does not appear to address some prominent issues people are having with their systems.
A new software update fixes a handful of bugs present in the initial release of Apple's latest Mac OS X operating system.
The latest release of OS X Lion addressed a number of bugs and problems people were having with the initial release of Lion, but it did not fully address other issues, with some of them being prominent ones.
A new update adds raw-format support for some Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony, and Samsung cameras in Aperture and iPhoto.
Apple's OS releases have only periodically been updated on physical media, but with the Mac App Store, expect the available OS version to be maintained at its latest release.
Apple has released another beta of OS X 10.7.2 to developers, which now includes iCloud services built-in as opposed to being a separate installation.
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Apple has released OS X 10.7.2, which contains a number of fixes and enhancements including support for its new iCloud service.
Apple has been vigorously testing its upcoming OS X 10.7.2 update, which given recent news about iCloud will likely be released within the next week.
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