The Mac OS X 10.2.8 update was released internally late last week, sources confirmed. The Jaguar software update was posted to the Apple network for employees on Friday.
Sources speculated that the update will be provided to users Monday or next week. One insider, however, suggested the release could be delayed due to some problems that have recently cropped up.
Apple's official download notes for the update state that 10.2.8 "delivers enhanced functionality and improved reliability for the following applications, services and technologies: Audio, Bluetooth, Classic compatibility, Finder, Graphics, LDAP, Power Management, Safari, and FireWire and USB device compatibility." Version 10.2.8 also includes updated security services and the latest Security Updates.
Apple provided employees with a KnowledgeBase link for more information on the update, but the link can only be accessed from behind Apple's firewall.
Posted by ronn at September 21, 2003 12:54 PM