Rumor: Mac OS X 10.4.10 update in the works

May 19, 2007 - 2 Comments

Since Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard has been delayed until October, Apple is rumored to be working on an update to Mac OS X 10.4. The update will supposedly be released under the version number 10.4.10, a somewhat unusual number for Apple, who typically release a significant update like 10.5 after a .9 update. The update, which has begun to appear in Apple’s development circles, will add a few new features, bug fixes, and other improvements, although exactly what will be changed and added is unknown. Of course, this is all speculation based on an AppleInsider article, but the likelihood of seeing another update before 10.5 Leopard in October is pretty high.

Source: ArsTechnica: Apple issuing pre-release builds of OS X 10.4.10

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Posted by: Bill Ellis in Mac OS X, News, Rumor

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  1. drizz says:

    I think this is an obvious step and I see Leopard becoming a Rhapsody that will never be released but we’ll hear about it for ages

    Apple is flaking out and going down

  2. Jeamr says:

    Rhapsody? what are you smoking?

    Leopard is out in October, the features are all over Apple’s site, betas have been released… get a life drizz

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