Mac OS X 10.5.1 Update Finalized? [Updatex2]

ThinkSecret believes that Apple is about ready to release the first update to Mac OS X Leopard.

Mac OS X 10.5.1 has been undergoing testing by developers over the past two weeks, and ThinkSecret claims that it has been finalized at build 9B18. The last build made available to developers was 9B16 and was released seeded earlier this week. There were no known issues at that time.

The update is expected to simply provide stability, compatibility, and security improvements for Leopard.

Updatex2: Apple has seeded build 9B16 9B18 to developers. The latest build has no known issues and provides fixes for NetworkBrowser and Application Firewall.

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