Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Apple launches new version of OS X 10.8.4 along with Safari 6.0.5 !

Today is the world of updates , everything need update whether it may be your Operating System of a short application on your loving android device and this is the strategy which keeps the customers up to date and satisfied with the company.

Keeping these things in mind the company , Apple ha snow launched its OS which could satisfy their customers and can give them a better enhanced OS along with some new and cool features which would just benefit the users.

This time the Apple OS update has been named as , OS X 10.8.4 which comes with great features and nice compatibility as compared to the other previous OS versions which even were packed with some unwanted bugs and errors which were a key hole in the success of the company consumer satisfaction.

The Key Features that Apple offer with the latest update are as follows :
  • Packed with great features 
  • Fixes all the bugs which were earlier associated with iMessage
  • Greater Stability
  • Improves connection to Wireless networks
  • Calender facility improves
  • Improves VoiceOver compatibility with text in pdf documents
  • Now fixes the bug that may prevent desktop background picture will be preserved after restart.
  • Includes Safari 6.0.5 for better stability while engaging with various websites chat features and games.
  • Fixes issue that prevent changes to files made over NFS for displaying 
  • Improves Open dictionary data replication
  • Improves 802.1X compatibility with ActiveDirectory networks
  • Improves compatibility while using mobile accounts

How to Update ?
With the launch of these updates Apple is surely going to  please its users . Further more you can find more details and the Updates from the source link below regarding this new Apple OS X 10.8.4 update . All you need to do is to download the update files and install them and the update is all yours which will give you a better and enhanced User Interface and a easy and handy navigation.

[ Source : Apple ]