If AppleInsider is correct, the next update of Mac OS X will focus on compatibility issues with OpenGL-based applications and glitches with first- and third-party applications, specifically OpenGL performance, iPhoto and DVD Player.
AppleInsider - The next update to Apple's Snow Leopard operating system will pick up where Mac OS X 10.6.3 left off by tackling compatibility issues with OpenGL-based applications and bandaging glitches with first- and third-party applications.
That's according to a list of code corrections that Apple provided to some developers on Thursday alongside the second external beta of Mac OS X 10.6.4, carrying build number 10F46. It arrived roughly one week after the Mac maker issued the first external pre-release copies of the Snow Leopard update, which focused on graphics drivers, Windows file sharing, USB devices and Voice Over.
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