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Apple seeds OS X 10.8.3 12D38

6 December 2012 1,840 views No Comment

Dev ladies and brogrammers, the Church of Our Lady of Programming Peace (a.k.a. Apple) has seeded a fresh beta of OS X 10.8.3

Lady devs and brogrammers, the Church of Our Lady of Programming Peace (a.k.a. Apple) has released a fresh seed of OS X 10.8.3 [12D38] to its faithful and ever leaky developer community. The twist this time is those folks are no longer required to log onto developer.apple.com to download, as updates are now available direct from the Mac App Store.

Some things, however, haven’t changed with the release of OS X 10.8.3 [12D38], say knowledgeable people and dog. Specifically, Apple warns devs to keep a wary eye for wake from sleep, VNC, app switching and MacBook Pro issues.

The mothership’s OS X 10.8.3 [12D38] focus areas for its army of outside software simians also remains the same — Safari, Graphics Drivers, AirPlay, Airport and Game Center.

Compiled from the web with reporting by Scruffy the Feature Retriever, who is known to read AppleInsider

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