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Security Update 2013-003 for Snow Leopard

3 July 2013 1,189 views 3 Comments

More than a third of Mac users still run OS X 10.6.x and Apple still has love for Snow Leopard users — here's a security update to prove the point.

Although over 90 percent of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users have installed iOS 6.x, Mac users aren’t quite as up-to-date — more than a third are still running OS X 10.6.x. That said, Apple still has love for Snow Leopard users and here’s a security update to prove the point.

• Security Update 2013-003 (Snow Leopard) (download)
— Security Update 2013-003 is recommended for all users and improves the security of Mac OS X
— Security content

• Security Update 2013-003 Server (Snow Leopard) (download)
— Security Update 2013-003 is recommended for all users and improves the security of Mac OS X
— Security content

For what it’s worth, check out the Fairer Platform’s State of the Mac 2013: OS X Share by Version, which is all kinds of fun for number nerds.

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