Apple’s latest build release of Mac OS X Lion doesn’t increment the 10.7.2 version number but does bump the build number from 11C26 to 11C37. In Apple’s build system, the first number relates to the reference release of Mac OS X (11 means Lion) and the letter refers to the minor release (C = x.2), with the final number referring to the build within that release.
For those who eagled eye amongst you, you may be asking why the jump from 26 to 37 in its developer releases? well. Apple creates some builds that it never releases publicly, (in this case builds 27 to 36).
This latest build includes developments of iCloud, as Apple moves closer to the full release of iCloud and also iOS 5.
- Apple seeds new build of OS X Lion 10.7.2 and iCloud for Mac to developers (9to5mac.com)
- New OS X 10.7.2 build and iCloud beta 7 released to developers (tuaw.com)
- Apple releases OS X Lion 10.7.2 and iCloud for Mac beta 7 to developers (thenextweb.com)
- Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 beta brings iCloud support, no bug fixes (engadget.com)