Apple late yesterday released Mac OS X 10.4.7. The latest update to the popular and powerful operating system makes several improvements for mobile and wireless users. Included are updates to dial-up networking, EV-DO support (including ExpressCard), and iSync. It does not, however, add support for the Nokia 6165i. The 6165i is the second Sprint non-smart device which meets the criteria for iSync support.
Below are all Apple-stated improvements to Mac OS X that affect the wireless world in 10.4.7:
- Improves support for Motorola cell phones that sync via iSync and Bluetooth
- Addresses an issue for Mac OS X 10.4.6 in which you might not be able to sync via iSync 2.2 with Sony Ericsson K700i or S700i phones.
- Adds support for Sierra wireless cards AirCard 580 (AC580), PC5220, and for the Novatel V620, S620, and U730 wireless cards for PowerBook (and MacBook Pro) computers.