Apple has rolled out a software update for Lion. Version 10.7.3 is now available through the software update, Macgasm reports.
Like all Apple updates before it, the update notes are extremely vague. But, the 730.6MB update brings with it operating system fixes that improve stability, compatibility and security, according to Apple.
It addresses issues with printing Microsoft Word documents that use mark-up, graphics performance on earlier iMacs that use ATI graphics, and WiFi connectivity, Search Security notes.
The 10.7.3 update is available as an incremental client update, which updates OS X v10.7.2 to v10.7.3, and a combo update, which can patch all previous versions of OS X Lion from 10.7.0 onwards, to the latest version.
The OS X Lion server update brings numerous enhancements. Major improvements include fixes to file manager and profile manager, as well as improvements to the Web, VPN and file-sharing panes. The mail and wiki service, in addition to Xsan, have also been tweaked. Updates have also been rolled-out for Apple's Server admin tools client, bringing it up to version 10.7.3. Improvements have been made to gateway set-up assistant, system image utility and the workgroup manager. The full details can be found here.