With all of the buzz surrounding the recent iPad announcement, many people have been overlooking everything else coming out of Apple. However, is here to give you the latest on Mac OS X with reports that a new version of Mac OS X 10.6.3 was seeded to developers today. MacRumors reports, “the newest version provides a number of enhancements and bug fixes for QuickTime X, 64-bit Logic, printing and OpenGL.”

With there only being a short period of time between the initial seeding of 10.6.2 and its official public release, as well as the latest OS X build being reported as having “no known issues”, its pretty safe to say the public will see the release of 10.6.3 shortly. The question is whether or not the update will include any new, unexpected iPad integration leading up to the official public release of the device. That’s right, we couldn’t write one article about Apple without mentioning the iPad.



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