The latest update to the Mountain Lion Developer Preview, includes the “OS X Security Update Test 1.0? feature which silently downloads and installs the latest security updates.
An update to the OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4 was released yesterday afternoon, and the Twittersphere was immediately filled with missives about the features people were finding. A tweet by @Lhunar pointed out a new "Mountain...Show More Summary
Following the Flashback malware scare this spring, Apple is stepping up its focus on security and malware protection in Mountain Lion. The release notes for the latest Mountain Lion developer preview include references to a “new Mountain Lion Security Updates system” that checks for security updates on a daily basis, uses a more secure connection when [...]Show More Summary
Apple has increased the security of its fourth OS X Mountain Lion developer preview by introducing a number of new security features that will presumably become part of the software’s public release next month. The update introduces daily checks for required security updates, and the ability to install new updates automatically, or after restarting a [...]Show More Summary
Apple has just released a new Security Update for the Mountain Lion Developer Preview which introduces a few new security features. Macs running OS 10.8 will now automatically check for security updates daily in order to be better protected against rising malware threats, and will have the ability to install such updates automatically, or whenever [...]
Apple has issued a new update for Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4 via the Mac App Store. It was first noticed by Twitter user @Lhunar and introduces the new Mountain Lion Security Update system. The new system does daily checks for security updates as Apple ramps up its security protocols in the next-generation operating system. Show More Summary
Ahead of next month’s release of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, and following yesterday’s release of the Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4, Apple today seeded build 11G15 of OS X 10.7.5 to developers. Thanks!
Apple had issued OS X Mountain Lion developer preview 4 to registered members of the Mac Developer Program. It appears this update wasn't intended to be an entirely new preview, but a simple software update to the previous version. But as with the last several Mountain Lion preview builds, Apple listed no known issues.
Today’s update to the Mountain Lion developer preview has introduced a bunch of new options for Facebook users. Specifically, Facebook will now support native OS X banner notifications, as seen in the screenshot above, for actions such as Wall posts and inbox messages. Facebook support in Notification Center has been previously announced, but this is [...]
Apple on Monday released a software update to the most current seed of Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4 one week after pushing out the original beta operating system last week.
Apple has issued a software update via the Mac App Store to Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4, originally released last week. This update is the second time Apple has updated the Mountain Lion Developer Preview via the Mac App StoreShow More Summary
Apple has released a software update to the current OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4 seed. The software update is not an entirely new developer preview, but simply an update to the already existing preview. Developers can access this software update via the Mac App Store. Apple has not provided specifics on what this [...]
Apple first released the Mountain Lion developer preview back in February, and during the recent keynote, more details about the upcoming OS were revealed. Aside from the iOS features that it’ll be getting (Reminders, Notes, iCloud, Notifications, Messages etc.), Mountain Lion will also have Facebook integration, Dictation, Sharing and the nifty Power Nap – where [...]
Following today’s unveiling of new OS X Mountain Lion features at WWDC, Apple has seeded its fourth developer preview of the Mountain Lion beta to registered developers. The new preview can be downloaded for OS X server edition as well. Although the new release itself contains few changes, Apple has included a separate installer that [...]Show More Summary
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Back in March, we noted that Apple had activated Safari tab syncing through iCloud in OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 2, with the feature designed to allow users to sync open browser tabs across Macs and presumably iOS devices.Show More Summary
The latest update to OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 3 seems to have partially enabled iOS-style automatic app downloads in the App Store. Like on the iPhone and iPad, whenever you purchase and install an app on one of your Macs, all of your other Macs that are logged into the same App Store [...]
Following the release of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Developer Preview 3, Apple on Thursday seeded the latest build for the operating system's server assets.
Apple followed up yesterday’s Mountain Lion Developer Preview update with a new seed of Mountain Lion Server. Unlike some Mount Lion preview updates, which showed up in Software Update on Macs running the previous developer previews, Apple made this update visible in the Apple Developer Center website. Members of Apple’s developer program can login at [...]Show More Summary