Just three days after releasing iCal 1.0.1, Apple released an update to the calendaring application bringing the current version to 1.0.2.
According to a note posted on Apple's Web site, iCal 1.0.2 provides a number of performance and stability enhancements, and improved support for importing vCal and Entourage information.
Apple said last week that since the introduction of iCal in September, more than 1 million copies of iCal have been distributed and more than 200,000 calendars have been published online.
Apple last week released the final version of iSync, the company's synchronization software, enabling users to sync calendars from iCal, contacts and other information with a variety of devices and with their .Mac account.
This story, "Apple releases iCal 1.0.2" was originally published by PCWorld.