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Apple issues update to WWDC Lion developer preview

updated 07:05 pm EDT, Wed June 15, 2011

Remembers Wi-Fi networks more consistently

Developers who have been testing Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 4, which was first issued at the WWDC conference earlier this month will receive an update to it through Software Update which is simply titled "Lion Developer Preview Update" with no notes on changes covered by the patch, AppleInsider notes. It is recommended for all users running DP4 and weighs in at 656.6MB.

Early reports suggest that one change to the preview is improved reliability in "remembering" previously-joined Wi-Fi networks, along with a slightly modified installation procedure. The update will also be made available through the OS X developer section of Apple's website. Mac OS X Lion and other forthcoming software from Apple will sell for $30 and be available exclusively through the Mac App Store when it is released next month. [via AppleInsider]

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