Developers have already received several pre-release builds of Apple’s OS X Lion 10.7.3 software, and we had expected last week’s release to be the last one before the update goes public. But it seems there’s still some testing to be done. Apple has seeded yet another build to developers through the Mac Dec Center, this time with the build number 11D50.
Just like last week’s release, this one contains “no known issues,” but developers are again being asked to focus on problem with iCloud Document Storage, Address Book, iCal, Mail, Spotlight, and Safari.
The update is available to those running both Lion and Lion Server version 10.7 and above.
When the 10.7.3 update finally does go public, its main improvements will include support for new languages, in addition to fixes for issues affecting smart cards, directory services authentication, and Windows file sharing.