Tuesday, April 04, 2006
Apple ship major Tiger update
Apple have just released an update (10.4.6) to their Mac OS X system for users of the latest version, Tiger (version 10.4.x).
It fixes some bugs, patches some security holes, improves some of Mac OS' featurs and includes a whole new version of their iSync application. It's been released for both Intel and PowerPC-powered Macs, not as a Universal Binary, but as two separate downloads.
Apparently, it spooked one PowerBook user, as the PowerPC version of the update restarts the Mac twice, where the Intel version restarts only once.
Apple users can get the update through Mac OS X Software Update or from the Apple website.