Engineers at Apple Computer have recently compiled the first builds of Mac OS X 10.4.4, the fourth in a series of several maintenance updates planned for the company’s Mac OS X 10.4 “Tiger” operating system over the next 10 months, tipsters tell AppleInsider.
Apple Compiles First Mac OS X 10.4.4 Builds
2005-11-12 macOS 11 Comments
wow, must be a really slow news day at that site.
As a massive Apple fan, I admit I did find this news slightly interesting when it was first posted on AppleInsider. However, I have to wonder what on Earth it is doing, being posted here?
Basically it boils down to this. Software company X has compiled the first builds of version B of their software Y. However, we don’t know anything new about this build, and we guess it might be out by Christmas.
So really, can anyone explain to me how this of any interest to the vast majority of people here, and more importantly, how it is “Exploring the future of computing?”
In other news, Microsoft compiled yet another build of Vista today, and iniCom.Networks compiled a new build of FlashFXP!
OK.. nice to know…
When the hell is the mactel comming out?
And what version of X is going to be on it?