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Mac OS X Server quietly goes Universal

updated 12:15 pm EDT, Thu August 10, 2006

OS X Server goes Universal

Apple quietly updated Mac OS X Server to version 10.4.7, bringing native compatibility to Intel-based Mac servers as a Universal Binary. The Cupertino-based company likely remained silent about the update as it came just weeks before the debut of its new Intel-based Xserve system, according to Macworld UK. Apple released the Universal update in late June, and announced its new Intel Xserve system at the World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco earlier this week. Accompanying Universal status, the update repairs several issues while offers improvements to AFP server usage.




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