Apple Seeds Another OS X Lion 10.7.3 Build To Registered Developers

Apple Seeds Another OS X Lion 10.7.3 Build To Registered Developers

Despite rumors that suggested its previous seed would be the last one before a public release, Apple has seeded another build of its OS X Lion 10.7.3 software to registered developers. The latest release sports the build number 11D46, and is available to download now from the Mac Dev Center.

The latest build comes just a week after the 11D42 release, which was believed to be the final beta before the update’s public release, and is available to both Lion and Lion Server users. Apple is reportedly asking developers to focus on issues with iCloud Document Storage, Address Book, iCal, Mail, Spotlight, and Safari.

The standalone Delta update weighs in at 996.98MB for Lion users, or 1GB for Lion Server users; while the Combo updates weigh in at 1.26GB and 1.34GB respectively.

The accompanying release notes reportedly reveal that this update features no known issues, indicating this really could the last beta before the 10.7.3 update is released to the public.

[via 9to5Mac]

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  • KeirThomas

    I think Apple has a habit of releasing updates on a Friday, so with any luck we might have a public release of this update in a few days’ time. 

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