Apple Rolls Out 9 OS X Patches

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Apple released nine patches for Mac OS X on Thursday. The patches address security concerns that were found in the "Month of Apple Bugs" campaign and include fixes to adjust for new changes in Daylight Savings Time, changes in time zones throughout the world, some Java reliability and compatibility problems, and updates to Final Cut Pro version 5.1.3.

Apple released nine patches for Mac OS X on Thursday, including fixes to adjust for new changes in Daylight Savings Time and to address security issues uncovered in the recent "Month of Apple Bugs" report.

Five of the updates are to reflect new rules beginning this year that Daylight Savings Time will begin on the second Sunday in March and conclude on the first Sunday in November -- in other words, beginning earlier and ending later in the year than it did previously. The patches also reflect changes in time zones throughout the world, as well as some Java reliability and compatibility problems.

Another of the updates is to Final Cut Pro version 5.1.3 and includes important bug fixes, according to the company.

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