Most, if not all Mac users who have upgraded to the latest OS X Mountain Lion shares the same sentiments about the new OS because it has significantly degraded their machine’s battery life. Apple is said to address just that with the latest version of the OS.
Apple has released the latest iteration of the OS X Mountain Lion Beta for the use and observation of developers and so far, according to them, they have yet to detect any bugs on it. In addition, the devs who got to play with it said that the latest build will have the revamped version of iPhoto which allows the system to be compatible with the iOS6’s new feature called Photo Stream.
However, the most important aspect of this new build lies in its improved battery consumption. As we mentioned earlier, Mac users have noticed that the battery life had considerably decreased after upgrading to the latest OS. According to the test that our source did on the latest build, the OS X 10.8.2 has dramatically increased the battery performance of the test system which is a 15-inch, i7 2.0GHz MBP 2011 version. Here’s a graph which shows how it fared against previous versions of the OS.
If ever these battery tests are true (which I have no doubts that it is), then the OX Mountain Lion Version 10.8.2 Build 12C53 D is certainly good news for Mac users. Whatever Apple changed to the latest build has certainly worked, but it’s still disappointing to think that they needed to two releases before they got it right. Also, they wouldnâ€™t have to address anything if they have extensively tested each aspect of the OS and the hardware itâ€™ll be installed on which makes us want to think that the OS X Mountain Lion was half-baked when it was first released back in July.