Recent reports stated that Mac OS X 10.6.6, the sixth incremental software update to Apple’s Snow Leopard operating system provided compatibility elements and support for the January 6 introduction of the Mac App Store. Apple’s Mac App Store will be a new application that enables users to easily download via software update with high ability to be tightly integrated into the operating system. Apple’s official report that confirms the introduction date of the highly-anticipated Mac Application Store also includes an important piece of information about the process through which Mac OS X Snow Leopard users will be installing the utility.
The Cupertino, California-based electronics and software vendor said that on Thursday, January 6, the Mac App Store will open for business. It will offer users a simple way for discovering, installing and updating Mac by giving the revolutionary App Store experience to Mac OS X. Those who can not open an unsupported file on Mac OS X 10.6.6 build 10J537 can choose an option to search on the App Store for an application to open that unsupported file type. The feature is said to be similar to the way Windows lets users search the web for applications to open unsupported files. Nevertheless, Apple has strong effects in making process more intuitive and more secure on Mac OS X.
On a note at the beginning of December, Apple’s Mac Application Store was thought to be an advanced tool for making everyone switches to Mac. Aside form ensuring quality control, the Mac App Store will enforce rules translating into more secure computing for the end users. Mac OS X can be attacked in environment where the cyber threats are rising, and Apple will be the protector by building walls around its ecosystem. Mac OS X 10.6.6 has been introduced with the next release of Apple’s Mac App Store. Apple’s beta of OS X 10.6.6 (build 10J537) was launched in Premier December with developer support for fetching and renewing App Store receipts.