Apple started seeding OS X Lion 10.7.2 11C37 and iCloud beta 7 to developers, iCloud beta 7 build includes updated versions of Documents & Data Cloud, Find my Mac and Back to my Mac. The new Lion update is a pre-release version of OS X Lion 10.7.2 provided solely for the purpose of testing iCloud features and is not an official update build. If you’ve installed any previous versions of 10.7.2, you have to revert back to 10.7 using the supplied tool before you update and the iCloud update is beta 7 and is primarily being used by developers to test the syncing features of iCloud………….
Apple seeds OS X 10.7.2 Build 11C37 and iCloud Beta 7 to registered Apple developers and both of these packages are designed to ready the just-released OS X Lion for iCloud, Apple’s new online cloud-based service. Among many other things, these new packages add support for many of iCloud’s features, including an updated Back to My Mac service, which allows users to access shared files on authorized Macs even if they’re not on the same local network, as well as Documents and Data in the Cloud and Find My Mac, which should both be self-explanatory. There’s no word on what other improvements OS X Lion 10.7.2 (build 11C37) contains, yet the bug fixes and performance enhancements typical of the first update to a newly-released operating system are expected. Apple urges all developers who were running previous builds of OS X 10.7.2 to make sure they run the built-in revisioner before you’ve installed the new update, prior to restarting your system. Keep in mind that these are developer seeds which won’t be available through Software Update or any other way publicly. In order to download these updates, you must become a registered Apple developer, which will set you back $99 per year. iCloud is Apple’s new service aimed at keeping all Macs and iOS devices registered under the same Apple ID in sync. This service allows users to keep everything from content purchased from iTunes to email, contacts and calendar events to be displayed across a multitude of Apple devices and keep all of it in sync via iCloud.