Apple announced the arrival of the fifth update for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger on Tuesday. The release deals with a number of minor issues in the operating system, including bugs in Safari and networking, along with some Intel-related repairs.
With the first Intel iMacs already in use and Apple’s MacBook Pro shipping this week, Apple has used Mac OS X 10.4.5 to correct small problems across a variety of applications, including Dashboard, QuickTime, Front Row, and with streaming media. All Mac OS X users can upgrade to the new version through the system’s built-in Software Update mechanism.
With regards to the MacBook Pro, at the MacWorld Pro event Apple CEO Steve Jobs stated, “If you want one I suggest you get your order in early,” warning people that the supplies would be limited.