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Mac OS X 10.5.5 updated to build 9F17

updated 10:55 am EDT, Tue August 19, 2008

Mac OS X 10.5.5 build 9F17

Apple has seeded its Mac OS X developers a new private build of the upcoming Mac OS X 10.5.5 update. A source has informed AppleInsider that on Monday a new build titled 9F17 was released, alongside the public release of the iPhone 2.0.2 firmware. Sources also claim the build introduces five new fixes, bringing the total number of code corrections for v10.5.5 to 120. More specifically, Apple is said to have addressed issues related to Back to My Mac, Mail syncing, CoreAnimation, iCal Invitations and read-only local calendars. The release comes less than a week after build 9F13 and is reported to contain no known issues.




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  1. FastAMX79

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -1

    really?!

    "The release comes less than a week after build 9F13 and is reported to contain no known issues."

    So that means Apple FINALLY fixed my kernel panic problem when I connect to 10.4.11 Server and copy files? I guess only time will tell.. (not getting hopes up since this has been an issue since 10.5.0)

  1. thibaulthalpern

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -1

    Time Machine

    Do them make improvements to Time Machine/Time Capsule? Please, pleae, please...Time Machine on Time Capsule really needs to be more robust than it is now. Constant problems with creating backup directory etc.

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