Apple's schedule and calendar application iCal has been updated to version 1.0.2.
This release comes hot on the heels of last week's 1.0.1 update.
iCal 1.0.2 features performance and stability enhancements. It also includes improved support for importing information from vCal and Entourage.
According to Apple, more than one million copies of iCal have been distributed since its September 2002 launch.
The free release follows pre-Macworld Expo speculation that Apple will begin charging for its iApps.
These predictions follow a report from CNet, which claims Apple will charge customers $50 for a bundle consisting of iDVD, iPhoto and iMovie - although these applications would continue to be bundled free with new Macs.
Apple also released the first final version of iSync 1.0 last week, as well as an update for iCal.
Company CEO Steve Jobs will deliver his keynote at Macworld Expo tomorrow beginning at 5pm GMT. The address will be broadcast in QuickTime format.