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Apple Seeds Build 12D68 of OS X Beta 10.8.3 to Developers

Apple today seeded build 12D68 of OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.3 to developers, marking the tenth beta iteration of the newest version of Mountain Lion. 10.8.3 was first seeded to developers in November 2012.

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Build 12D68 comes roughly a week after build 12D65. Registered developers can download the update on Apple's Developer Page.

This post originally referred to Build 12D68 as the eleventh developer seed of OS X 10.8.3 when it was actually the tenth seed.

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15 months ago

This does not make any sense, what the hell are they fixing in a point release that needs ELEVEN betas??????


They're adding support for the 1:1 aspect displays shown in the graphic.

Thumb resize.
Rating: 23 Positives
15 months ago
Apple is definitely trolling us.
Rating: 23 Positives
15 months ago
This does not make any sense, what the hell are they fixing in a point release that needs ELEVEN betas??????
Rating: 18 Positives
15 months ago

Do these betas include a new version of Safari that renders pages faster on rMBPs? (i.e. the "Webkit" version)


Admit it, you were too embarrassed to ask "Is Safari snappier?". :D
Rating: 14 Positives
15 months ago

Sometimes it seems that Apple designed Mountain Lion just to increase their iPad and iPhone sales.


Usually it feels like you have no idea what you're talking about.
Rating: 9 Positives
15 months ago

This does not make any sense, what the hell are they fixing in a point release that needs ELEVEN betas??????


i rather have beta testers kill their machines rather than mines.
Rating: 8 Positives
15 months ago
This is getting ridiculous.
Rating: 8 Positives
15 months ago
Hopefully they will remove Game Center, is totally useless.
Rating: 7 Positives
15 months ago
I know this is probably forbidden to say, but this type of update schedule is one thing that makes me miss the update format of Windows / Linux distros... It's been months since my OS was updated. With other OSes, you can at least hope for speedier incremental bug fixes. Right now there could be one single issue that is putting an entire plethora of bugfixes on hold. Is there some sort of benefit to this process that I don't quite understand?
Rating: 7 Positives
15 months ago

How would a will not choose? The mind thinks, the nature acts, the will chooses. Your sentence doesn't communicate anything substantial.


Huh ?

:confused:
Rating: 6 Positives

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