MacRumros is reporting that Apple has seeded another build of Mac OS X 10.6.2 to developers. This build (Build 10C519f), is 456.8MB in size, and reportedly makes 12 new changes, in addition to all of the changes made in the first build on Monday.
Apple is also asking developers to focus their testing on nearly 150 different areas. There are only four outstanding issues which involve video corruption, Core Data output, and System Preferences hanging.
Although it is early in the development cycle, increased build seeding is a fairly reliable indication that public release is right around the corner. As always, we’ll keep you posted.
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