Well, if today didn't have enough news - here's one more. Looks as though Apple has released a minor update to the Mac OS, at least for 10.6. According to the minute details given to us by Papa Apple, this is a security and stability update primarily for Java. As always, Apple recommends that you update your system whenever a software release is made. That being said, there is always the possibility that any "fix" Apple releases could have negative consequences to your system. Be sure to back-up before updating and for any mission critical Macs, you might wait a day or so until a few million dare devils have taken it for a spin.
For the first update Apple states:
Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Update 3 delivers improved reliability, security, and compatibility for Java SE 6. Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Update 3 supersedes all previous versions of Java for Mac OS X v10.6.
For the second update Apple States:
This document outlines security updates for Apple products.
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