Apple is planning to release a supplemental update to OS X 10.8.5 Mountain Lion, being prepared to address FaceTime camera and other minor issues. With the official OS X Mountain Lion version 10.8.5 released earlier this month, includes improvements to Mail, Wi-Fi connectivity and screensaver functionality. About this new 10.8.5 update for all Mac owners is reported as a bug fixer. Full details after this break!
According to the source, the Mac operating system update has already seeded to the Cupertino emplyees, and now, Apple is preparing to release a new version of OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 to end-users, and the version is referred to as a “Suplimental Update” to 10.8.5, made available via Software Update in the Mac App Store.
The follow-up update to the OS X 10.8.5 will fix some bugs that have been reported with the original Mountain Lion. The release notes promises that the supplemental upgrade includes fixes to FaceTime on newer MacBook Airs, USB, HDMI, and external drive connectivity.
Apple with the release of OS X 10.8.5 Mountain Lion on September 12th, doubled 802.11ac WiFi transfer speeds and currently working on yet another upgrade with the build number 12F42, which would be the five builds newer than the original 10.8.5 released. Apple is also expected to launch OS X 10.9 Mavericks next month, but about it we got no complete information yet. (Source: 9to5Mac)