Apple Delivers Mac OS X 10.6.7 Update

Apple has brought out the Mac OS X 10.6.7 update for Mac systems running the latest OS X operating system, bringing enhancements to existing applications and some bug fixes.

The Mac OS X 10.6.7 update, which is downloadable from the Software Update feature, improves the reliability of the Back to My Mac application and fixes an issue experienced while transferring files to SMB servers.

The iPad maker also said the update fixes some minor bugs on the new Mac App Store along with bringing overall improvement to the system's performance.

Apple has also released a separate software update for the early 2011 Macbook Pro notebook models which addresses some issues in the FaceTime video conferencing software and improves graphics stability and external display capability.

The company's newest 2011 Macbook Pro model has been afflicted with display issues and graphics related issues that cause the system to crash. These problems are expected to be addressed in the new update.

According to Apple Insider, the company has also included security patches for AirPort Wi-Fi, AppleScript, improvements to Apple Type Serve and Apache web server. Apple has additionally fixed an issue that caused user accounts to disappear from the Login window.