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  • Snow Leopard Beta 10A335 Seeded


    Continuing with the active development/polishing of Snow Leopard for release (summer?) Apple has released a new build to Premiere and Select Members of the Apple Developer Program a short 3 weeks since their previous build release. According to a report by AppleInsider this release contains no major changes other than bug fixes including:
    • Crashes in QuickTime X player
    • Crashes when running under Rosetta
    • Migration Assistant issues
    • Odd errors from Disk Utility
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Snow Leopard Beta 10A335 Seeded started by Cody Overcash View original post
    Comments 19 Comments
    1. ForumSnoBorderRK's Avatar
      ForumSnoBorderRK -
      pretty cool. definitely going to get a mac soon too.
    1. reddawg's Avatar
      reddawg -
      It would be interesting to find out if the DFU restore problem still exists in this update. Could someone post back here if they can confirm it works or doesn't work?
    1. sziklassy's Avatar
      sziklassy -
      ^^^ Is the "problem" referring to the feature that Apple has added to their OS to try and thwart jailbreakers? If so, why would it NOT be included?
    1. Poseidon79's Avatar
      Poseidon79 -
      Exactly... that's not a "bug"... it's on purpose.
    1. mikerlx's Avatar
      mikerlx -
      What does this mean for unlocking my iphone or should i stay on 10.5?
    1. Iman07's Avatar
      Iman07 -
      Can't wait to upgrade my hackintosh. I will finally be able to take advantage of my quad core.
    1. MetallicaFan1991's Avatar
      MetallicaFan1991 -
      Vista still rules!!! Lol, seriously, I'm not joking.
    1. SourAppleFan's Avatar
      SourAppleFan -
      Apple announced on their website...

      "The one billionth app, Bump created by Bump Technologies, was downloaded by Connor Mulcahey, age 13, of Weston, CT. As the grand prize winner of Apple’s one billion app countdown contest, Connor will receive a $10,000 iTunes gift card, an iPod touch, a Time Capsule and a MacBook Pro."

      Apple - iTunes - Thanks a Billion

      Lucky... hopefully his parents sign and accept his big prize (damn minor laws)
    1. Sk8r789456's Avatar
      Sk8r789456 -
      Quote Originally Posted by A.T View Post
      Vista still rules!!! Lol, seriously, I'm not joking.
      if your for realz gtfo.
      vista is the worst os out there.
      Xp ftw haha and 13 year old.... wowz
    1. porkepig's Avatar
      porkepig -
      still not changes to the color scheme?
    1. ultimatexpka's Avatar
      ultimatexpka -
      Quote Originally Posted by Sk8r789456 View Post
      if your for realz gtfo.
      vista is the worst os out there.
      Xp ftw haha and 13 year old.... wowz
      windows 7 is probably going to be the successor of every os out there, but we will see how it does when the actual version comes out, i tried the beta version and i was actually really suprised =)
    1. porkepig's Avatar
      porkepig -
      wrong place to post, get it right please

      Quote Originally Posted by SourAppleFan View Post
      Apple announced on their website...

      "The one billionth app, Bump created by Bump Technologies, was downloaded by Connor Mulcahey, age 13, of Weston, CT. As the grand prize winner of Apple’s one billion app countdown contest, Connor will receive a $10,000 iTunes gift card, an iPod touch, a Time Capsule and a MacBook Pro."

      Apple - iTunes - Thanks a Billion

      Lucky... hopefully his parents sign and accept his big prize (damn minor laws)

      wrong place to post get it right thanks
    1. StealthBravo's Avatar
      StealthBravo -
      yea wrong area. lucky kid
    1. MetallicaFan1991's Avatar
      MetallicaFan1991 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Sk8r789456 View Post
      if your for realz gtfo.
      vista is the worst os out there.
      Xp ftw haha and 13 year old.... wowz
      Vista isn't the worst, I've had it for 2 years on my laptop with 4gb ram put in recently and it's NEVER crashed and I use it everyday. It's really quick as well.

      Has a better UI as well, seriously Mac's suck!
    1. Iman07's Avatar
      Iman07 -
      mac doesnt suck. windows has dominated the scene cuz they were here first, thats all. mac has a better UI and way most stable than any platform. Im not saying its perfect, but its definitely my choice over windows. I have been a windows user for all my life. 2 years ago my friend introduced me to mac and i will never go back to windows. windows will never get it right. i tried windows 7, impressed but not blown away. mac with slowly take over. vista is a sorry excuse for a OS.
    1. dale1v's Avatar
      dale1v -
      Quote Originally Posted by Iman07 View Post
      mac doesnt suck. windows has dominated the scene cuz they were here first, thats all. mac has a better UI and way most stable than any platform. Im not saying its perfect, but its definitely my choice over windows. I have been a windows user for all my life. 2 years ago my friend introduced me to mac and i will never go back to windows. windows will never get it right. i tried windows 7, impressed but not blown away. mac with slowly take over. vista is a sorry excuse for a OS.
      ............











      Anyway people, keep let's stay on subject.
      Please?
    1. xwinger's Avatar
      xwinger -
      i cant wait!

      im so glad i turned to the mac side
    1. gotjpeg's Avatar
      gotjpeg -
      So overall does this run smoother than leopard? I really did enjoy 10.4 but 10.5 just seems kind of clunky. Apps tend to freeze and lock up for a minute or so sometimes when logging into the computer or from sleep mode. I've never experienced this problem on 10.4 so will 10.6 fix and approve upon these areas?
    1. dale1v's Avatar
      dale1v -
      Quote Originally Posted by gotjpeg View Post
      So overall does this run smoother than leopard? I really did enjoy 10.4 but 10.5 just seems kind of clunky. Apps tend to freeze and lock up for a minute or so sometimes when logging into the computer or from sleep mode. I've never experienced this problem on 10.4 so will 10.6 fix and approve upon these areas?
      Yes, Snow Leopard is mostly about improving performance.