Apple had a busy day yesterday releasing iOS 6 along with an update to OS X Mountain Lion. The Mountain Lion update includes Facebook integration and Save As improvements. The iOS 6 update brings Maps, Passbook, shared Photo Streams, and improvements to Siri. Apple has also made the following updates to Mac software and firmware.
You can download the updates from Apple's Support section on its website, or via Software Update on your Mac.
OS X Lion
Includes general operating system fixes that improve the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac. The extra security measures include Gatekeeper.
This update includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility, migration and security of your server and specific fixes.
Security Update 2012-004 is recommended for all users and improves the security of Mac OS X.
iPhoto was tweaked to let users add comments to photos that have already been published to Facebook; the app also adds new card and calendar themes to its library of existing options
Both the iPhoto update and the new Aperture update include the ability to use Mountain Lion's new Shared Photo Streams feature. And each app now features a menu command letting users open iPhoto libraries in Aperture - and Aperture libraries in iPhoto. Both apps also feature performance and stability improvements.
Recommended for MacBook Pro with Retina display (mid 2012) models
Recommended for MacBook Pro (mid 2012) models. This update resolves an issue which can cause the system to hang during heavy processor loads
Recommended for MacBook Air (mid 2012) models
This update enables Power Nap support on MacBook Air (Late 2010) computers and is recommended for all users running OS X v10.8.2 or later.
The iCloud Control Panel makes it easy to keep your contacts, calendars, and bookmarks up to date automatically between your iOS devices and Windows PC, says Apple.