Recently Apple released its first update for OS X Lion users with a version called 10.7.2. Today, Apple has pushed another update for OS X Lion 10.7.2(11C40) along with iCloud Beta 8 for OS X Lion and Safari 5.1.1 only for developers. This update has been released to remove bugs found in previous version, bring improvements and added some new features in just-released OS X Lion for iCloud. The new OS X Lion update gives a complete environment in order to test iCloud service as mentioned by Apple’s release notes:
However you want to enable iCloud support to OS X Lion then you must need to install iCloudBeta 8 for OS X Lion first. This update will remove all references to already available MobileMe service which will be replaced with iCloud service. Moreover, it will also add the necessary integration to its built-in apps, such as Mail and Calendar, making syncing contacts, email and calendar events .
User who have already running on any previous build of OS X 10.7.2, they must run the included “revisioner” before applying the update.
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