With Apple at the forefront of the smartphone and tablet market many forget the tech giant’s roots, as the revolutionary computer manufacturer. Luckily Apple hasn’t forgotten either and has released the latest update of OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.3.
The update addresses a number of security flaws in Java, Quicktime and a vulnerability in Active Directory that can cause accounts to become locked.
Other improvements include
– Boot Camp support for 3TB hard drives & installing Windows 8
– A fix to resolve a vulnerability that could cause a File:/// URL to slay apps unexpectedly
– A fix to resolve a vulnerability that could cause Logic Pro to become unresponsive with certain plug-ins
– A fix to resolve a vulnerability that can cause audio issues in 2011 iMacs
– A fix to resolve a vulnerability in contacts that may cause cards to print incorrectly
– A fix to resolve a vulnerability that can cause the desktop image to change after logging out or restarting
– A fix to resolve a vulnerability in Messages that can cause messages to appear out of order
– A fix to resolve an issue where the screen to displays incorrectly after waking from sleep mode
– Improved compatibility with IMAP servers in the Notes app
– Improvements that allow the Slideshow screen saver to display photos saved in a subfolder
The biggest and most talked about development in the latest version of OS X Mountain Lion is the introduction of a feature that allows iTunes vouchers to be redeemed using the built in camera.
For a full breakdown of the OS X update visit Apple.