Apple is recommending all its users to immediately upgrade to this latest version of Mac Book OS version named Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 operating system which comes with a range of security features which Apple sees will have a great significance in the coming months with increased risk of hacking as well as malware problems. Other features include increased storage capacity for storing large volumes of data. These are applicable in the widely used applications such as calendars as well as contacts and in e-mails as well as reading lists. All these applications can undergo transfer to other devices.
One of the most remarkable and path breaking feature included in Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 includes the presence of a remote viewing functionality in the iCloud that directly helps other Mac users with remote access technology. Even finding the devices in the Mac platform has been made easy by including the "Find My Mac" service in the new operating system which assists you in finding the device by showing its current location which is one of the very user friendly features that has arrived with the new Mac book OS version.
Apple has also fixed some bus that was existing in the previous OS versions which includes the vulnerabilities in Tomcat, QuickTime as well as PHP. In the current version of Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2, the possibilities of the presence of the bugs have been completely eliminated. Mac OS X Server 10.7.2 update has also occurred along side the current version in which significant improvements have been made to the calendar application as well as the open directory application and the mail application in order to bring in more reliability in the current updated Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 version. Sufficient improvements have also been made in PostgreSQL database server. The new Mac OS version from Apple is available for free download for all the Mac users. And Apple clearly insists that the new operating system is specially designed as part of apple's tighter norms in providing more security features. And OS X Lion 10.7.2 delivers what it takes to be a secured operating system.