Another update coming to OS X 10.5 before Snow Leopard

We can confirm that Apple has begun seeding OS X 10.5.8 9L14 to developers, indicating there will be yet another update before the launch of Snow Lepard 10.6. This should be the final update to OS X 10.5. The update includes fixes for Spotlight, iDisk, iCal, Networking, Bluetooth, AirPort, among many other fixes.

This will be the final update to OS X 10.5. The update will be free for all Leopard users. The update includes fixes for Spotlight, iDisk, iCal, Networking, Bluetooth, AirPort, among many other fixes. We’ll be updating this post once we compile a more comprehensive list of changes and fixes.

To get this update once its available, simply click on the top left Apple icon > About This Mac > Software Update…

 Apple most recently updated OS X to 10.5.7 on May 13, 2009. A notable enhancement in that version included a fix for note syncing between the Mac and the iPhone, among other enhancements to Mail, iCal, Parental Controls, among other general fixes.

Snow Leopard 10.6 will be available this fall, costing existing Leopard users $29 for the upgrade. Check out the video below to get a preview of Snow Leopard from the recent Apple WWDC conference.

You can find our complete round up of WWDC 2009, including information on the new iPhone 3G S here.

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