Apple has recently delivered a new build of Mac OS X to developers. The new build is called Build 11D46. This build comes just days after Build 11 D42 was seeded to developers.
The focus for this new build still includes iCloud Document Storage, Spotlight, Safari, Mail, iCal, and Address Book features.
While Apple already supported iCloud document features in its iPhone and iPad versions of the iWork suite, its Mac version of iWork has not been rolled out yet to support seamless cross-platform document editing. It is being said that the new update addresses that.
The new 10.7.3 build will extend official Mac support for Catalan, Croatian, Greek, Hebrew, Romanian, Slovak, Thai, and Ukrainian languages. Along with the features previously mentioned, this build is also going to incorporate fixes related to smart cards, directory services authentication, and Apple’s Windows file sharing, which the company just began using in Mac OS X Lion after ditching SAMBA as the code it used for working with Windows PCs over the network.
In addition to that, the new Build 11 D46 includes drivers for new AMD (ATI) “Tahiti” graphics cards.
The build is going to be accompanied by a parallel Mac OS X Lion Server 10.7.3 build that focuses on Apple’s Address Book Server, Calendar & Contacts Server, WebDAV sharing and Directory Utility, as well as tweaking the user interface of the Server Application related to Sharing, Web and VPN services. The server build will also include support for the Profile Manager (used to deploy and manage Macs and iOS devices), Webmail, adds iPad editing support in its Wiki Server and fixes elements of the Xsan file system that Apple is now shipping for free within $50 Server app available in the Mac App Store.