Last week Apple by unveiling started big iterations and continuing with todays release with final version of iOS 6 download for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. The Cupertino company has also pushed out the OS X 10.8 update to the general public as well. The updates makes available a variety of features that puts OS X on par with iOS, namely the deep Facebook integration inside the Notification Center, Game Center, Contacts, and Mountain Lion’s “Share” button.
The company by this update release of OS X Mountain Lion, which moves to 10.8.2 taken the opputunity and now Apple’s two main operating systems (mobile and desktop) borrows many features of iOS. But there’s no mention of the MacBook battery issue. When Mountain Lion first dropped, some users saw their notebook’s battery retention plummet significantly, and although the 10.8.1 update offered some respite, it was still inferior to the post-OS X 10.8 state. Nor seen in the Apple issued change log details, only giving info on new improvements.
Apart from the battery issues, there are still several other interesting new features, which poses much like the just-released iOS 6 IPSW. Mountain Lion 10.8.2 offers Facebook integration. One signed in, your contacts on Facebook will appear in your Contacts app, and notifications will make on Mountain Lion’s native Notification Center appearance, and you get the ability to post a status update right from Notification Center.
Not only that, for those who plays games on iOS and Mac? Here’s an interesting Game Center enhancement mad available. On Facebook, you can share your highest and impressive scores sheet with friends and gamers on Twitter, Mail or Messages as well. Regarding Facebook integration, Facebook chums will now appear in Game Center recommendations, like gaming, then you can affirm your thoughts by giving it that all-important Facebook “Like”.
Speaking of OS X Mountain Lion’s 10.8.2 update comes with a package of complete tweaks and improvements on offer, including new shared Reminders listy, the ability to sort Notes by title, the date edited, or create them by your own. The dictation supports a host of new languages, such as Cantonese, Mandrain, Spanish, Korean, Canadian English, Canadian French, and Italian. What’s waiting for? Here’s everything on your table with a the best coffee as well.
Final reminder about the software update: New features include Facebook integration, PowerNap support to 2010 MacBook Air models, iMessage improvements, shared Reminder lists, URL shortening from Notification Center, a fix for Save As altering the original file, and more.
While the update of OS X 10.8.2 hits the Mac App Store . You can download OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 from the MAS right now.