The Leopard 10.5.6 Update

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Yesterday Apple released the next major update for OS X Leopard, 10.5.6. I’ve installed it on both of my Macs and had no troubles. In addition to security updates and bug fixes, this release significantly speeds up the process of MobileMe syncing. I now get appointments on my phone about a minute after than putting them in iCal. To be honest, the delay before (about 30 minutes) didn’t really bother me. Rob Griffiths gave an in-depth review of the changes over at Macworld. He even dug into the install file to find changes Apple didn’t mention in its release notes.

5 Comments The Leopard 10.5.6 Update

  1. dulaney@mac.com

    I have installed 10.5.6 on three Macs: A MacPro Tower, A MacBook Pro Laptop, and an Intel 20″ iMac. I had no issues with the installations, and no problems with any of these Macs since the update. For what it’s worth, the 10.5.6 update is working fine for me.

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  2. dulaney@mac.com

    I have installed 10.5.6 on three Macs: A MacPro Tower, A MacBook Pro Laptop, and an Intel 20″ iMac. I had no issues with the installations, and no problems with any of these Macs since the update. For what it’s worth, the 10.5.6 update is working fine for me.

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  3. dulaney@mac.com

    I have installed 10.5.6 on three Macs: A MacPro Tower, A MacBook Pro Laptop, and an Intel 20″ iMac. I had no issues with the installations, and no problems with any of these Macs since the update. For what it’s worth, the 10.5.6 update is working fine for me.

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  4. dulaney@mac.com

    I have installed 10.5.6 on three Macs: A MacPro Tower, A MacBook Pro Laptop, and an Intel 20″ iMac. I had no issues with the installations, and no problems with any of these Macs since the update. For what it’s worth, the 10.5.6 update is working fine for me.

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  5. dulaney@mac.com

    I have installed 10.5.6 on three Macs: A MacPro Tower, A MacBook Pro Laptop, and an Intel 20″ iMac. I had no issues with the installations, and no problems with any of these Macs since the update. For what it’s worth, the 10.5.6 update is working fine for me.

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