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Apple Seeds OS X 10.7.2 Build 11C57 to Developers

With the public launch of iOS 5 and iCloud, Apple seems to be increasing the rate of OS X 10.7.2 developer seeds. Recently the Cupertino company has released the latest version, Build 11C57 to developers for testing.

OSX 11c57Apparently, the Cupertino company as a whole is pulling their socks to cope with the pressures of having enough products launched within one month. In this latest version, just like the previous release of approximately five days, is bundled with iCloud components within it. Until the final build, iCloud was available in a separate download, but everything now reaching a tipping point, now is the time of the merger of the two. Apple has not included any known issues or bugs in this release, and no significant changes have been made.


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With the iPhone 5, iCloud, iOS5 and entry level iPhone 4S all to fall within a month will be interesting to see how everything goes well. After a seemingly endless cycle of speculation, rumors, leaks, and the occasional slip of the tongue, hopefully no more delays.

From what we heard, it’s almost certain that the iPhone 5 will be a completely new design, lighter and thinner (though perhaps a bit wider) than the current iPhone 4, while the 4S will be almost the same as 15 months old predecessor. The iPhone 3G, older smartphone Apple service in more than two years, is expected to be discontinued, but has served the fruit company a healthy profit for their long service life.

To download the latest beta version of Mac OS X, you must be registered to Apple developers. As is the case with most dev-only releases, you may end up in file-sharing services in a matter of hours, but to avoid unnecessary problems, we recommend downloading through legitimate sources.

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