Apple has today announced their latest update to the Mountain Lion OS, just a week before WWDC 2013, the company today revealed details on the new OS X 10.8.4 update, which has been designed to fix to security and stability issues.

These bugs include WiFi network compatibility, calendar usage, fixes for FaceTime, the usual for Boot Camp and of course Safari.

However it wouldn’t surprise me if there was some more interesting features hidden within the code, as it certainly seems weird for Apple to release an update this early into WWDC without using it for future-proofing especially when they have already announced a new version of Mac will be announced during the event.

Check out the source link below for more information.

Less than a week out from WWDC, Apple’s issuing the latest update to Mountain Lion. The company’s recommending the newest version of the operating system for security / stability reasons. For the most part, however, there doesn’t seem to be anything too big in here. OS X 10.8.4 looks to primarily address some bugs, including WiFi network compatibility, Calendar / Exchange usage, as well as fixes to FaceTime calling, Boot Camp and Safari. Also on the list are improvements to mobile account compatibility, iMessage display and Calendar Birthdays. Check the source link below for the full list of fixes.

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