Friday, August 14, 2009
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 07:00 AM
"It was a busy Tuesday for Apple's software team. The company released updates for its Safari Web browser, its wireless AirPort client, and the Multi-Touch trackpad for users who have Windows installed on their Mac."
On the same day as the Safari update, Tuesday to be exact, Apple also released a few more updates. One was for the Airport client in models of the MacBook and MacBook Pro line, which is aimed at Airport problems while running on battery power. Another update was for users of Bootcamp, which will improve the Multi-Touch Trackpad performance when running Windows XP or Vista. And yesterday there were several updates for Tiger (Intel, PPC, Server Universal and Server PPC) as well as one for Leopard. Whew! Busy week for updates!