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Apple Seeds OS X 10.7.2 Build 11C37 and iCloud Beta 7 to Developers

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Apple today released a pair of new beta updates to developers, pushing out OS X Lion 10.7.2 Build 11C37 and a seventh beta version of the iCloud add-on installer.
This pre-release version of OS X Lion 10.7.2 is being provided solely for testing iCloud and updates the public release of OS X Lion and any earlier seed of OS X Lion 10.7.2. If you installed a previous seed of OS X Lion 10.7.2, please run the included reversioner package followed by the OS X Lion 10.7.2 update without restarting your system. You should restart your system after installing the OS X Lion 10.7.2 Update.
Apple has been pushing out OS X 10.7.2 builds to developers for the past several weeks in order to provide compatibility with iCloud, scheduled for release later this year. Apple has yet, however, to begin seeding OS X 10.7.1, which could still appear as a bug fix build released before iCloud goes live.

Article Link: Apple Seeds OS X 10.7.2 Build 11C37 and iCloud Beta 7 to Developers
 

greenorblue

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This is all well and good, but I'd really like some 10.7.1 action. So. Many. Issues.
 
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a.jfred

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Indeed. I've been holding off on upgrading until some of the issues get ironed out a little more, and/or they fix the dual-screen "feature"
 
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theBigD23

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Indeed. I've been holding off on upgrading until some of the issues get ironed out a little more, and/or they fix the dual-screen "feature"

I don't like the dual monitor issue either, but there really isn't anything to fix. It was intended to work the way it does. Apple now sells more laptops then desktops. The remainder of desktop sales are single screen imacs. The vast majority use one screen and the design is geared towards those users.
 
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f00f

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I bet 10.7.1 is skipped.

Likely not.

10.7.2 is "solely for testing iCloud". This implies it contains iCloud features. We're still a ways off from iCloud being released publicly, so either we're going to be waiting until that happens or there will be a 10.7.1 point release sans iCloud features in the very near future.
 
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thertrain

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What Problems?

I guess I am just a lucky one... people keep posting about waiting on all these bug fixes and I just don't have them. I've been running this OS since the developer stages and is the best 10.x.0 release I think Apple has ever put out. It runs great on my iMac and its several years old. For you people "waiting" don't bother, Lion is pretty well polished.
 
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nunes013

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well i was going to say can't wait for 10.7.1 but thats been taken care of :D. anyway hopefully next week. there are a few bugs i would like gone. the worst is time machine always stalls during a backup.
 
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Menopause

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yes so is ios5 your point?

His point is that you don't know the difference between a phone and an operating system. Btw, this is about Mac OS. Which has got nothing to do with "Androids".

Worthless trolls ruining the thread, sheesh.
 
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lostngone

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???

I do not know if it is the same build but 10.7.2 has been available on the Apple Dev iCloud page for over a week now.
 
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f00f

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I do not know if it is the same build but 10.7.2 has been available on the Apple Dev iCloud page for over a week now.

It's not the same build. It's a new build posted today, Aug 12th. (See screenshot in the article.)
 
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Shrink

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Not being a developer, just a simple (OK, really simple:p) user, I'm eager for 10.7.1.

I'm sure 10.7.2 will be swell, but I'd like some fixes before my dementia progresses any further and I can't enjoy the fix. :(:rolleyes:
 
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