Mac OS X 10.2.6: What does it UPDATE exactly?

Posted by Pierre Igot in: Macintosh
May 8th, 2003 • 12:21 am

According to a MacInTouch post, the Knowledge Base article for the recently released Mac OS X 10.2.6 includes, among other things:

… enhanced functionality and improved reliability for the following applications, utilities, services, and technologies: Address Book, AppleScript, Bluetooth, Classic compatibility, Disk Copy, Disk Utility, Finder, Graphics, Help Viewer, iChat, Image Capture, IP Firewall, Kerberos, Mail, OpenGL, Print Center, Rendezvous and Sherlock.

Yet when I look at the version number of my Mail application, for example, it’s exactly the same as in 10.2.5, i.e. 1.2.5.

Granted, 10.2.6 might provide improved reliability for the Mail application without actually modifying the application itself, but it’s still a bit confusing… And I’ve been waiting for improvements to the Mail application for so long that I’m a bit edgy about it :).

Oh well, next time, maybe. (Major improvements will probably have to wait for 10.3 in the fall, unfortunately.)

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