No, I haven’t forgotten about you guys. Read on and you’ll see why the 10.6.8 update guide hasn’t been published yet.
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July 12th, 2011
March 21st, 2011
Earlier today, Apple released the 7th update to its Snow Leopard operating system. The update boasts a few minor bugs that most are likely unaffected by, though it’s worth updating, even if only for the satisfaction of running the latest version of the OS. Much like the previous Snow Leopard update, 10.6.6, the update is […]
January 6th, 2011
Update: A few users have reported the App Store becoming unresponsive when attempting to install apps. I was able to install the Twitter app without issue, as have a few other users. Feel free to report any issues in the comments below. Hackintosh users rejoice! 10.6.6 was released for Snow Leopard users earlier today (Kernel 10.6.0), adding […]
November 10th, 2010
As the fifth update to Snow Leopard, 10.6.5 was released earlier today. 10.6.5 doesn’t really bring any noteworthy changes, though it’s wise to run the latest version of the OS. Apple also often requires the latest version to run certain software, so an upgrade should be performed for compatibility reasons.
June 16th, 2010
Note: If you require the legacy kernel you must follow step 4a. Otherwise, you should skip that step. Just one day after Snow Leopard 10.6.4 was released to the public, it’s up and running on the 1525 with practically no effort. The USB ports now work at USB 2.0 speeds, even without the removal of […]