Apple Close to Seeding OS X 10.8.1 Update to Developers
Apple is already readying builds of OS X 10.8.1 to seed to developers according to MacRumors.
The report claims Apple is making preparations to release the first maintenance update to OS X Mountain Lion which debuted two weeks ago. Apple’s turnaround time for the first update to their new OS X releases is traditionally rather quick as problems that need addressing begin popping up shortly after Apple seeds the gold master to developers. comparatively speaking Lion’s first update OS X 10.7.1 came out 27 days after launch and 10.6.1 came out 13 days after the launch of Snow Leopard.
Exact details of what the update will fix, but a number of bugs including system errors and freezing when doing something as simple as taking a screenshot of the desktop have been documented as well as some users being unable to wake their systems from sleep. However, the fix that is on everyone’s mind has everything to do with Apple’s iCloud and its password reset policy.
Apple is also working on an update to OS X Lion with version developer version 10.7.5 already released for testing.