Mac OS 10.7.2 released to developers...

Chundles

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10.7.2 is required for the latest iCloud beta. There will be a bug-fix 10.7.1 soon then 10.7.2 will follow closer to iCloud/iOS 5 launch.
 

rxl125

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that's good, because the lion that was released wasn't ready! Never ever had an issues with apple operating systems, but wifi not working with airport express on a newer iMac is a joke and it's a known problem throughout beta
 

Goldfrapp

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Jul 31, 2005
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Just gone to my Dev Account and can't find 10.7.2 download link anywhere. Anyone else?
 

jnl1211

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I'm using it now. No real changes as far as I can tell.

I installed it and then iCloud Beta5. Apparently preferences dont open right if you dont install properly. (10.7.2 first, then iCloud B5)
 
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petvas

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Jul 20, 2006
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Never mind, found the download link:

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The link works just fine as long as you've a Mac OS dev account.
Well, I am a paid developer. I will try again.

Update: The link now works for me. I was logged in with a different account than the one I am using on the dev center and that is why it didn't work.
 

Atarikid

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May 14, 2011
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I updated to 10.7.2 11C26

- None of my bugs I encountered, are fixed.
- UI performance is still the same with Intel 3000HD (read: bad)
- Crashed two times when opening a app (Pixelmator and Cyberduck). Never happened with 10.7.0

A bit disappointed.
 

rorschach

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10.7.2 likely has updates necessary for iCloud that 10.7.1 won't. I suspect 10.7.1 will have a lot of bug fixes and 10.7.2 will be released in September to support iCloud.
 

Sound214

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I noticed that there is a new option under iCloud in prefpane, named "Documents & Data", as well as on iOS 5 beta 4. That wasn't there before, was it?
 

Jerome Morrow

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Jun 13, 2011
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ATI2400 is up from 7.2.9 to 7.4.9 and it feels. UI is much more responsive, user switching bug is fixed, scrolling is much better. Go Apple :)
 
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Atarikid

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My bad - the bug with the keyboard illumination for MBP is fixed.

Did many test (with benchmarks etc)... no UI improvements are made. Still slow with Intel 3000HD
 

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rxl125 said:
that's good, because the lion that was released wasn't ready! Never ever had an issues with apple operating systems, but wifi not working with airport express on a newer iMac is a joke and it's a known problem throughout beta
I've not had a problem with Lion and Wi-Fi except at grad school. Apparently Lion is "too new".
 

iLog.Genius

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10.7.2 likely has updates necessary for iCloud that 10.7.1 won't. I suspect 10.7.1 will have a lot of bug fixes and 10.7.2 will be released in September to support iCloud.
That's what I was thinking. Similar to the one update in Snow Leopard just to get the Mac App Store out there and nothing more.
 

tuna

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Can anyone tell me if they fixed Internet Sharing?

Lion broke my internet sharing Airport/Wifi > Ethernet :confused:
 

radiogoober

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I updated to 10.7.2 11C26

- None of my bugs I encountered, are fixed.
- UI performance is still the same with Intel 3000HD (read: bad)
- Crashed two times when opening a app (Pixelmator and Cyberduck). Never happened with 10.7.0

A bit disappointed.
Really? You're disappointed in a just-released beta that isn't due for 1.5-2 months?
 

karsten

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Sep 3, 2010
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hm i tried that above link and can't find the iCloud download. is being a beta tester for that separate from being a 10.7 beta tester? thanks

*oh and do you need a mobileMe account to test out iCloud? thanks
 
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