Apple releases Mac OS X 10.4.7

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Apple has update Mac OS X 10.4.7 on Tuesday, addressing several issues with the operating system. Separate updates were released for PowerPC and Intel versions of Mac OS X.

According to notes provided with both packages, the updates address the same issues. Among the changes, Mac OS X 10.4.7 addresses an issue that prevents AFP deadlocks and dropped connections; saving Adobe and Quark documents to AFP mounted volumes is more reliable; and Bluetooth file transfers, pairing and connecting to a Bluetooth mouse and syncing to mobile phones has been improved.

Audio playback in QuickTime, iTunes, Final Cut Pro and Soundtrack has been improved in the update and an issue with determining the space required to burn folders has been fixed. Users of Apple’s .Mac will be happy to hear that problems with syncing addresses, bookmarks, calendar events and files has also been fixed.

In addition to several other changes, Apple also included previous standalone updates with Mac OS X 10.4.7. The updates are available from the Software Update mechanism in Mac OS X or from Apple’s Web site.

This story, "Apple releases Mac OS X 10.4.7" was originally published by PCWorld.

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