Apple has already seeded its Mac OS X 10.6.5 build 10H548 to developers, and it is a relief to say that there wasn’t any issues encountered with the seeding. This sixth build has arrived a couple of weeks after the previous build rolled out, which incidentally was introduced alongside the first beta of iOS 4.2. Weekly builds of the OS used to be released by Apple at first, but recently, those have been coming in every fortnight. The focus areas on the latest builds would include 3D graphics, iCal, Mail, QuickTime, Time Machine and USB devices. If you’re a developer, are you stoked about the latest build?
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