Apple seeds OS X Lion 10.7.3 to developers

16 November, 2011 - Killian Bell
iMac & MacBook Air running OS X Lion

Apple have seeded another OS X Lion beta update to registered developers focusing on the company’s new iCloud service and a number of native Apple applications.

OS X 10.7.3 weighs in at 633MB and addresses problems with documents stored on the iCloud service, in addition to bugs with Apple’s Address Book, iCal, and Mail applications under the Lion operating system.

Developers who are downloading the software are being asked to look out for remaining bugs with these applications and report any that are found to Apple using its online bug reporter.

The company also warns updaters that there is no way of downgrading their system to 10.7.2 once they’ve updated. So any issues in this release will have to remain until the company issues another beta, or the software’s public build.

If you’re an Apple developer, let us know whether this update fixes iCloud issues for you, or just introduces new bugs that weren’t present in OS X 10.7.2.

About the author

Killian Bell is a freelance journalist based in Worcestershire UK. In addition to writing about all things Apple, he's one of the co-founders of the football site TitleTalk. You can follow him on and Twitter.