∞ Apple releases Mac OS X 10.6.8, Leopard security update

Apple on Thursday released an update for Mac OS X Snow Leopard, bringing the most current version to 10.6.8.

[ad#Google Adsense 300×250 in story]According to Apple the update enhances the Mac App Store to get your Mac ready to upgrade to Mac OS X Lion; resolves an issue that may cause Preview to unexpectedly quit; improves support for IPv6; improves VPN reliability; and identifies and remove known variants of Mac Defender.

The update is available from Apple’s Web site or via the software update mechanism in Mac OS X.

For users of Mac OS X Leopard, Apple released a security update that can also be downloaded from the company’s Web site or software update system. You can read more details about the security update on Apple’s Web site.

[Via MacUpdate]

  • Rich Prince

    I sure wish they would fix some of the problems that exist with the Calendar functionality across the Mac, iPhone and iPad platforms in terms of sharing data and linking to maps, etc. I also wish they would improve the Mail capabilities on the iPhone and iPad so that it is consistent with Mac attachments. iPhoto, or at least the photo handling capabilities and file management needs improvement. Apple keeps pushing the platform forward without addressing significant issues effecting performance and functionality that are simple, logical user interface improvements that should have long since been addressed. 

    • Yeah, it would be great if there was some new facility for sharing data between the Mac and iOS… sort of like a big Cloud for your data…(seriously, have you been off-world the last couple of weeks?  🙂

      • HHhh

        Sounds awesome! Where can I buy or download this Cloud thing right now!!!

  • Anonymous

    Well this looks like the last 10.6.x update before Lion is released.