Not the only fix pushed out
Apple also snuck out a firmware update to the Track Pad issue that has plagued many of the new MacBooks.
Apple has pumped Safari with yet another update less than two weeks after version 3.2 of the browser was released. The Cupertino-based company has been scurrying to fix a host of bugs in Safari that left many Mac fanboys in a spin, with the revamped browser consistently crashing on launch. Safari 3.2.1 was shoved out the door …
Today is the first time i've ever used OS X, and I was getting annoyed at how Safari kept crashing, I was thinking to myself "Well, it doesn't 'just work'". Hopefully this fixes it (although i've already put Firefox on to it).
For the record, no it's not my laptop, i'm on an IT Course with nothing to do, so I asked if I could try out one of the MacBooks for the day. So you can't rag on to me about wasting money on a MacBook. =p
Evil Jobs, because, well, because.
Apple needs to get a grip on their time scales and should give enough time for testing and bug fixing so that it dos'nt end up as egg on the face. And if Jobbs wants some tester to come in and spot these defects then just shout...well test it to bits.
The tone of this article is just idiotic, trying to talk down Apple for making a "quiet" release. When it goes on Software Update it will be deployed automatically on millions of desktops - exactly what other kind of fanfare do you want? TV adverts? A special keynote event at Cupertino town hall?
And for what it's worth, every single one of the crashes I've seen discussed in blogs and whatever, was caused by people using InputManager haxies to modify Safari's behaviour. Of course these are going to fail when a major patch is released. Just wait for a corresponding update from the haxie developer, and stop being such an impatient moron.
Safari 3.2 is a disaster and 3.2.1 is no better. Safari 3.2 is preventing my AppleMail from accessing Verizon's network (through FIOS) by denying email account passwords, which must now be entered manually. Deleting and re-entering keychain passwords does NOT improve the situation.
My two Macs that I have not upgraded to Safari 3.2 have NO problems with AppleMail access through Verizon's FIOS, only the two that have been upgraded to Safari 3.2 or 3.2.1.
Just thought you'd like to know that the Safari upgrade from 3.1.2 to 3.2.x is causing network access problems.
Beware, Windows users - Safari 3.2.1 is always downloaded with QuickTime bundled. I've tried several time now and with different browsers and not matter the option (with or without QuickTime), the installation file is always 50 MB with QuickTime in it! Lame attempt to spread QuickTime with trojan-horse-like behaviour!!!
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